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Where are the oldest trees in Kawartha Lakes?

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Where are the oldest trees in Kawartha Lakes?

Date: 12/21/2018 | Source: http://kawarthanow.com

The oldest trees in Kawartha Lakes are on the Pine Ridge property near Omemee, and they are now protected! Some of these trees are over 200 years old and the property is owned by Bob and Mary Hartley. KawarthaNow reported, "To prevent future development of gravel pits, the Hartleys decided to enter into the conservation easement agreement with KLT to provide long-term protection." Unfortunately this area is not accessible to the public, but it's great to know that part of our history will be protected in the years to come! 

Newly protected property near Omemee contains the oldest trees in Kawartha Lakes | kawarthaNOW

Kawartha Land Trust (KLT) has entered into a conservation easement agreement with the owners of a property near Omemee that contains some of the oldest trees in the City of Kawartha Lakes.While KLT’s goal is to ensure public access, this is only done when such access is compatible with the long-te

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