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Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Online
Volume 15, Issue 3 — March 1989

Boulevard Tree Operations of Vancouver, B.C.    (View PDF)

Gregory Paris and Hugh Monroe

Abstract: Vancouver, B.C. is a 100-year-old municipality with a population of 400,000 people. Vancouver's boulevard tree program started in 1896, and its current street tree population is about 130,000 trees. These trees are distributed along the City's 10,000 residential and commercial blocks, about 800 miles of streets. This paper discusses historical and operational aspects of the boulevard tree program.


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