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Tree of the Month: Eastern White Pine

Photo: Baye Hunter Photo: Brian Lacey Scientific name: Pinus strobus As fall comes to an end, all the leaves have dropped and winter sets in, there are a few trees…

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Tree of the Month: Eastern Redbud

Photo: Connon Nurseries Photo: Burnheim Aboretum Photo: Peter Haynes Scientific Name: Cercis canadensis The Eastern redbud will greet you in April with lovely purple-pink flowers. Redbuds are deciduous trees with…

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Volunteer Roles

From plantings to community events, our volunteers are always present to lend a helping hand. Our volunteers’ continued support is overwhelming and very appreciated. Without their support, we could not…

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Tree of the Month: Basswood

Scientific Name: Tilia americana The basswood is an adaptable native tree with few pests, aromatic flowers and pleasant foliage – some really great selling features! A member of the Linden…

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Volunteer Spotlight – August 2014

Name: Rene Vandenbrink Volunteer since: Spring 2013 Volunteers as: Neighbourhood Tree Captain, Aftercare attendant Autobiography: In the spring of 2013, I joined ReForest London’s Neighbourhood Tree Captain Program. I decided…

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Volunteer Spotlight – July 2014

Name: Sue Elliott Volunteer since: 2012 Volunteers as: Tree Planter, Aftercare attendant, Community Liaison, Tree Guru Autobiography: I started volunteering with ReForest London on Mother’s Day weekend in 2012. I…

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Tree of the Month: American Beech

Photo by John M. Hagstrom Photo by John M. Hagstrom Scientific Name: Fagus Grandifolia The American beech (Fagus grandifolia) is a common tree in southern and central Ontario, and it…

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Tree of the Month: American Hazelnut

Photo by Arbor Day Foundation Photo by Sally & Andy Wasowski Scientific Name: Corylus Americana There are about 20 edible nut species native to Canada. One of them, the American…

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Tree of the Month: Backyard Trees

During these days of physical distancing, one way to calm anxieties is to get some fresh air by taking in the trees and shrubs in your own backyard. They will…

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Volunteer Spotlight – May 2014

Name: Geoff Faul Volunteer Since: 2011 Volunteers As: Tree Sale organizer and Volunteer, Action Team Member, Steering Committee member, Community Liaison, Tree Planter Autobiography: I began volunteering with ReForest London…

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Tree of the Month: Balsam Poplar

Scientific Name: Populus balsamifera Balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera) is notable for its pointed, shiny, oval-shaped leaves and resin-dotted undersides. This medium- to large-sized tree typically attains heights between 20-25 metres…

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Tree of the Month: Black Cherry

Photo by Chris Earley Photo by Connon Nurseries Scientific Name: Prunus serotina This deciduous tree grows to a height of about 60 feet with a spread of 40 feet and…

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