Urban orchards pop up in San Francisco
The San Francisco Department of the Environment , Friends of the Urban Forest and hundreds of volunteers have planted 200 fruit trees at 23 locations across San Francisco as part of the City's Urban Orchards program.
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#1 Feb 16, 2013
What about LA?
They cut hundreds of trees to open space for the space shuttle's trip to a museum. Shame, big shame.
#2 Feb 16, 2013
It's all about ballance. You cut one down and plant another. Would that be the shuttle that came from NASA? Now that would be Shame Big Shame.
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