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How can we reach our 2020
Greenest City Targets?


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    L J commented  · 

    Yes! Let's make use of land that if left unattended would produce nothing other than weeds! Crops that can be harvested can be just as green and beautiful as ornamental plants. Surely some organization could be charged with the responsibility of tending and harvesting something of benefit to both the community and individuals.

    However, as a home owner in Vancouver, I'm not sure I want fruit trees planted on the city boulevard between my home and the street if that means birds picking at the cherries or whatever would mean more fruit droppings or bird droppings on cars parked on the street under them.

    Is that possibly an issue that influences the city on the types of trees planted? On the other hand, the non-fruit bearing trees on my street still manage to produce a mess of sticky sap droppings on my parked car.

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