The City of Calgary is hosting a Tree Resource Fair series as part of the recovery and restoration process. The fairs are intended to provide information on how to care for your damaged trees, inspire youth about the benefits of trees and demonstrate the various ways citizens can access information about trees.
In June, The City is offering two fairs.
• June 14, 2015 at Prairie Winds Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
• June 28, 2015 at Bowness Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Each event will include talks, demonstrations, exhibitor booths, guided walks, as well as a kid’s area, entertainment, and food options. These events are intended as learning opportunities, so sharing information will be the primary focus.
Can’t make it to a tree event? Visit calgary.ca/trees or phone 311 for information on planting a City tree with a program like NeighbourWoods or the Planting Incentive Program. Both of these City programs help you plant trees in your neighbourhood.
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