Guelph Students To Plant 1,500 Trees To Help Protect City’s Water Supply

A Guelph school program is doing its part in an effort to protect the main source of the city’s water supply.

Students from three schools will be planting 1,500 trees near Starkey Hill Conservation Area on Oct. 4 in an effort to safeguard the aquifer in the community of Arkell.

That aquifer supplies Guelph with about 60-70 per cent of the city’s water supply…

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