Kelowna achieves tree canopy goal 11 years early

October 01, 2019
Tara Bergeson, Kelowna's urban forestry technician, stands on a well-shaded area on Maple Street.
Tara Bergeson, Kelowna's urban forestry technician, stands on a well-shaded area on Maple Street.
Oct. 1, 2019 – Kelowna, B.C.'s goal to realize at least a 20 per cent tree cover by 2030 has been achieved and exceeded 11 years ahead of schedule. The city's urban canopy is reported to be about 23 per cent.

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