Trees that are not native can pose significant threats to local biodiversity and to the natural ecosystem. Non-native trees tend to reproduce and grow quickly.
Tree are susceptible to various kinds damage both naturally occurring and man-made.
By taking precaution and using effective tree guards, we can help protect our trees from damage.
Proper planning and planting techniques are some of the most critical ways we can contribute to a tree’s survival.
Trees for Teachers is ReForest London’s new school program aimed at supporting teachers in London and the surrounding area in delivering their own hands-on urban forestry activities within their classrooms and schoolyards over the 2023-2024 school year!Read More
There are many benefits of trees. Here are just a few!
If you’re a Million Tree Challenge Partner with an interest in youth and building a greener future for them, the School Community Tree Challenge may be of great interest to you!Read More
London’s very own Saunders Secondary School has been selected by Staples Canada as a winner in their annual Superpower Your School Contest!Read More
A new initiative that challenges London and Middlesex students to plant trees in their communities was launched in 2014 at London Catholic Central School.Read More