Thursday, March 4, 2021
Environment Where is the Forest? I Can't See the Forest, Why?

Where is the Forest? I Can’t See the Forest, Why?

Last week on the way home from Arctic Adventure at the Town Park we drove by the construction site near our home on St. John’s sideroad just East of Leslie Street, Town of Aurora. My five year old immediately spotted new homes sales office and a big sign beside as we drove by, but no forest. It must be noted that it is very normal for the builders to advertise nature. However, let not forget, that lot of nature is also removed by builders.

St. John’s Forest” – he read carefully.
But where is the forest?” – he asked right after.
Exactly, where is the forest?” – I replied.

Anna Lozyk Romeo
Aurora, ON

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