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Arborist from the Townships climbing the world's tallest trees in South Africa

Logo - explore the ancient trees of america.pngHatley's Vince Jolin is the only Canadian part of Explore: The Ancient Trees of Africa, a small group that's climbing some of the world's tallest trees in South Africa.  Throughout January, these arborists are measuring, photographing and sleeping high in the branches, in some trees beyond 80m tall. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with Vince Jolin before he left on this journey, and also called up one of the trip organizers, Drew Bristow in New Zealand.  At the time, Drew Bristow  was - quite appropriately - up in a tree...

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