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Vancouver street trees touted as new food source
by Ian Austin
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30 September 2012
On 30 September 2012 The Province reported:
Vancouver is looking to its urban forests to provide more food. In a literally green plan, many of the 150,000 trees to be planted between now and the end of the decade will provide locally-grown food source. 'Trees absorb carbon, and local food helps to reduce carbon emissions,' said Vision Vancouver Parks Board Commissioner Niki Sharma. 'Our urban forest management plan includes the planting of food-bearing trees.'
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