Londons Depave Paradise to turn more asphalt to gr

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A community group that’s working to dig up pavement in the region and convert it into green space is expanding this spring with two new sites in London and St. Thomas. They’re thinking big, aiming to bring native plants back to the area while keeping the region’s rivers clean.

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“It’s important because it adds green infrastructure to the communityThe spread of COVID-19. So, we would expect other provinces to do that as well,,” said London Environmental Network’s executive director, Skylar FrankeIndoor public gatherings.

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