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Canon and Evergreen Help Thirty Community Groups Across Canada Plant Native Trees with $150,000 in Grants
Date:9/24/2013

ergreen is a national not-for-profit organization that makes cities more livable. By deepening the connection between people and nature, and empowering Canadians to take a hands-on approach to their urban environments, Evergreen is improving the health of our cities—now and for the future. In 2012, Evergreen, with the support of its various donors and sponsors, will be providing more than $905,000 in grants to community and school greening projects. For more information visit http://www.evergreen.ca.

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