Sault Ste. Marie seeks funding for tree canopy study to reduce carbon footprint

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Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News It’s estimated a city-wide canopy assessment will cost about $147,000, of which the city can provide 10 per cent with in-kind staff contributions. Tree canopys provide more than just shade. They help reduce carbon footprints of communities. Postmedia Article content The City of Sault Ste. Marie will embark on…

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