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    People in Montreal will be planting spruce, maple, and white pine to create an urban forest beside a highway. Yoann Dhion is helping with the project as he got the forestry bug from his father who is an arborist. Only a few metres from Highway 640 he said “no one would ever have thought of planting a forest here,”

    He is working with Groupe RPL, which is a disaster restoration service. They plan to plant almost 300 plants on a plot of 100 square metres at the end of the organization’s parking lot in an industrial park in Boisbriand, about 35 kilometres north of Montreal. President of Groupe RPL Sebastian Doyon said “I wanted to make gardens on the roof,”

    However, the structure of the building wouldn’t allow for this type of installation. Dhion explained that “the initial idea came from Japan, … Professor Miyawaki went to look for tree seeds in Japanese cemeteries, because they are sacred places and there were native species from Japan.”

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