Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Art + Trees = Toronto Junction Tour

West Toronto Junction Tree Tour: IT Ceremony's Slideshow on Flickr, by artjunction.blogspot.comTodd Irvine gives the Junction tree tour on September 7th 2008.
The West Toronto Junction Tree Tour: itceremony's slideshow on flickr: 47 photos
2008 @ artjunction.blogspot.com
arborist. (2008).
In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
Main Entry:
ar·bor·ist
Pronunciation: \'är-be-rist\
Function: noun
Date: 1578

: a specialist in the care and maintenance of trees

Retrieved September 17, 2008,
from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/arborist

See a flickr's photo serial about the Junction Tree Tour, read an article from the National Post about it, and oh yeh, join the next Edible Tree Tour on September 20, 2008.

Screenshot: National Post, Tall tales of Toronto's treesScreenshot: Tall tales of Toronto's trees
Published: National Post, Saturday, September 13, 2008
Article: Alison Broverman / Photo: Peter J. Thompson
Edible Tree Tour on September 20, 2008

September 20th — 1pm to 3pm

After touring the historic english orchards of the Spadina House participants will be treated to a sample of heritage apples freshly picked for market that morning by volunteers. Guest leader Laura Rainsborough will discuss Not far from the tree a wonderful new organization that is inventorying heritage fruit trees on residential properties in the area and then harvesting their bounty, 952 pounds of fruit so far this year! LEAF arborist Todd Irvine will share the history of the massive white oaks on the Spadina house grounds, so old that members of the Anishinabe Indian tribe, the area's first inhabitants, possibly passed under their canopies. The tour will also visit the grounds of Casa Loma and a steep forested ravine slope with century old mansions peering over its edge.
Trees and shrubs that provide edible fruit for both people and animals will be profiled throughout the tour.
If you would like to attend, please complete our RSVP form.
Suggested donation: $5
Meet at: Spadina House main entrance, 285 Spadina Rd. (just northeast of Casa Loma) | Map
Credit: treetours.to

link:
Press-Release: The 2008 Green Village is Home Green Home at Junction Arts Festival
"...a new special feature of the 2008 Green Village is the Junction Tree Tour (meeting on the N.W. corner of Keele Street and Dundas Street West, Sunday September 7 at 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.), which will be presented by Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests (LEAF)."

1 comment:

olga said...

I can not thank Robert enough for posting information about this tour on the Junctioneer's portal.
It gets a lot of attention and creates such an influential traffic to the site. Thank you for coming.

"LEAF Junction tree walk @ the Junction arts blog
September 17, 2008 · Posted in streetlevel · Comment

Over at
The Arts Junction blog

there is a post about the recent LEAF Toronto Junction Tree tour, they have posted a number of interesting pictures on their Flickr page too. [click the linkabove to visit]

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I like the rhythm and rhyme of the title:
LEAF Junction tree walk
@ the Junction arts blog


>tfyt: many thanks for your time