SHREDDING PAPER HELPS TO PLANT TREES:
The recent wildfires across Canada have made it difficult for Ontarians to breathe in clear air. Air pollution carrying over to the Niagara Peninsula has made it challenging for some to enjoy being outside. With a dry spring season thus far, the need to maintain plant life and healthy ecosystems has become a necessity to lessen the risk of environmental damage … and Knight Archives is stepping in to do something about it.
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The planting list for this project was reflective of the Niagara Peninsula’s unique Carolinian Life Zone and included species such as hackberry, basswood, sycamore, red osier, nannyberry, and others.