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Why do most of the existing trees have to be removed?
Sadly, many of the existing trees on the Niagara Falls
Humane Society site are ash trees, which would have to be removed due to
infestation by the Emerald Ash Borer. However, the proposed plan for the park calls for
the planting of 50+ new trees. Although it would take time for the trees to
grow, the establishment of the dog park on the site would serve dual purpose by
helping to reforest this land, while providing a great dog park facility for
Niagara Falls residents to enjoy.