Conservation authority: Thousands of trees, shrubs planted in Murray Marsh Natural Habitat Area
from Global News
More than 6,800 trees and shrubs were planted during the first year of a three-year project at one of the largest wetlands in southeastern Ontario. The Lower Trent Conservation Authority recently announced that more than 6,842 trees and shrubs were planted this year at the Murray Marsh Natural Habitat Area, a provincially significant wetland south of Campbellford in the municipalities of Brighton and Quinte West.
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