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ReForest London is planting trees all over the city, in neighbourhoods, schoolyards, parks, and natural areas.  Check out our past projects by browsing below, or by sorting the projects by type, year, or location.


Students at Académie de la Tamise planted of over 100 native trees on the schoolyard. Additionally, 7 large shade trees were installed on the nearly treeless playground.

Ten new shade trees and a butterfly garden were planted in this school's "Penny Lane Park".

The Canadian Liver Foundation planted about 20 trees at the entrance to the University Hospital campus of the London Health Sciences Centre.

Trees planted in a publicly accessible park in this north London community.

ReForest London partnered with several other groups to plant native trees and a wheelchair accessible healing garden at the Dissing Crescent house for Community Living London residents.

Punk-ska band Angry Agency led this project to plant over 115 trees at Jaycee Park.

Over 200 trees, shrubs and vines were planted at London's Berkshire Park by about 15 Deloitte employees as part of their company's commmunity impact day.

This student-led project implemented an innovative "pit and mound" technique to restore an area near UWO's TD Waterhouse Stadium. Additional trees and a butterfly garden were added in the spring of 2006.

ReForest London teamed with the Naturalization Committee of this French Immersion school just north of London's downtown. Native trees and a butterfly garden were added to a 10 year old project.

Five large trees and 9 shrubs were planted on the school grounds of this Old South school. Two teachers cut their hair to raise funds for the project. A butterfly garden was added in the Spring of 2006


Four large trees and 12 shrubs were planted along the ashphalt play area of this primary school in Old North.

Volunteers cleaned up a previous naturalization area and added new trees and shrubs at Mitches Park.

About 30 Siemens employees and their families created a new greenspace on Siemens property with over 100 trees and shrubs, a vernal pool, and a walking path.

ReForest London encouraged Londoners to keep their trees watered during the hotsummer months. We passed out buckets to Richmond Row store owners to water the trees in front of their stores, and even performed a little street theatre to keep it fun.

Over 100 volunteers came out to our first major event to plant trees and walk the park in a self-guided tour of the park's natural and cultural heritage.

The Urban League planted hundreds of trees in three gateway areas of London: York-Adelaide-King intersections, London International Airport, and Westminister campus of the London Health Sciences Centre at Commissioners and Wellington.

Students planted trees and shrubs on their school grounds.