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November 22, 2019

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Fighting to keep Glenelm green

Group begins replacing trees lost in neighbourhood to Dutch elm disease

Kaylyn Macdonald shovels soil onto the Ohio buckeye planted in front of Glenelm School (96 Carmen Ave.), while Couns. Jeff Browaty (North Kildonan) and Jason Schreyer (Elmwood-East Kildonan), and members of the Glenelm Neighbourhood Association’s tree committee. The tree is the first of 59 that the GeNA has arranged to have planted in the neighbourhood to help replace elm trees lost to Dutch elm disease.  (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

SHELDON BIRNIE

Kaylyn Macdonald shovels soil onto the Ohio buckeye planted in front of Glenelm School (96 Carmen Ave.), while Couns. Jeff Browaty (North Kildonan) and Jason Schreyer (Elmwood-East Kildonan), and members of the Glenelm Neighbourhood Association’s tree committee. The tree is the first of 59 that the GeNA has arranged to have planted in the neighbourhood to help replace elm trees lost to Dutch elm disease. (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

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