Trees rising at Sunrise

PUSLINCH — Dozens of volunteers converged on a charitable equestrian centre Sunday afternoon south of Guelph to improve the pasture that riders with special needs use, through a Grand River Conservation Authority tree-planting program.

It was during a spring cleanup at the Sunrise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre. For the second year in a row, the conservation authority provided seven varieties of young deciduous and evergreen trees for planting along a creek that bisects the front of the 100-acre site along Puslinch Township’s Concession 1 artery.

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