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Oak wilt is a fungal disease that targets oak trees, especially trees in the red oak family. It blocks the flow of nutrients and water throughout the tree, causing the tree to die. It is not currently in Canada, but has been confirmed just across the border from Windsor.
Volunteer Spotlight Name: Ester Landreville  Roles: Finance Committee, Office Assistant Volunteer since: May 2017
On Saturday May 12th 2018, ReForest London held its 8th annual Celebration Forest Event. The event welcomed hundreds of attendees who planted trees in honour of loved ones. In total, 124 trees were planted in memory, 56 trees were planted in celebration, and two were planted in honour of beloved pets.
Name: Sonja Teichert Roles: Community Liaison, Forest Festival Committee, Training Lead, Tree Blitzer, Tree Planter, Tree Specialist and Tree Teacher. Volunteer since: June 2016 
We are pleased to announce our NEW program for Elementary Schools in London. We will be working with Grades 4-6 students in a series of 4 interconnected modules related to trees! Students will grow seedlings, help to plan a tree planting project in their schoolyard, plant schoolyard trees, and attend a Tree Hike in a mature forest. Registration is required. 
On Saturday January 20, 2018, ReForest London hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Brunch to celebrate the hard work and dedication of our volunteers.
ReForest London is seeking a consulting firm or individuals to prepare business cases and an infrastructure assessment report, which will support our broader study exploring the feasibility of implementing a large-scale tree-growing program involving student volunteers in the London region. 
Join ReForest London and Wild Craft Permaculture to learn how to care for your new or existing fruit and nut trees.
Come out in nature and join us!  Students in Grades 4 to 8 are invited to participate in our Fall 2017 program, “What’s that tree?” This program introduces students to native trees of the Carolinian Forest. Classes will also plant trees in a baby woodland. 
CONTEST ANNOUCEMENT! Are you looking for an adventure? Discover a truly unique exploration of our local trees with the Forest City Geocaching Adventure!