Bring back the sugar maple

The beauty and bounty of the sugar maple tree is being replenished along some local roadways.
During the late 19th century, a government incentive program for farmers led them to plant maple trees from their woodlots along the roadways. For this reason, we see the red and orange canopy of leaves overhanging many rural Ontario roads during the fall.
 

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