Hanlon Creek Heritage Maple Grove Forest Survey Report, Report to Kortwright Hills Community Association, Guelph, Ontario, April, 2006,
Report No. 1 Prepared by Bruce Kershner, Terrestrial Ecologist.http://www.nativetreesociety.org/specialreports/hanlon/hanlon_heritage_maple_grove.pdf
The woodland site referred to in this report as the Hanlon Creek Heritage Maple Grove in Guelph, Ontario, is one of the sites documented as part of the ecological field work conducted during winter 2006 for the Kortwright Hills Community Association. The Association arranged for the author of this study, a terrestrial and forest ecologist and old-growth forest authority, to survey and analyze the woodlands of a 670-acre area which the City of Guelph plans to develop into the Hanlon Creek Business Park.
Native Tree Society Special Publication #16, March 2012
Full Document 6.5 MB http://www.nativetreesociety.org/specialreports/hanlon/hanlon_heritage_maple_grove.pdf
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