A number of tree and shrub species are listed under the Endangered Species Act in Ontario. This act seeks “to protect species that are at risk and their habitats, and to promote the recovery of species at risk.”
Tag: Tree Planting
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.
How to select the right tree and shrub species in London (choose native!)
Proper planning and planting techniques are some of the most critical ways we can contribute to a tree’s survival.
Each spring and fall, Londoners from all ages and backgrounds come together to plant trees in parks and woodland areas with the help of staff and volunteer leaders.Read More
Established on May 29th, 2011, the Celebration Forest is an ongoing naturalization project sponsored by donors who wish to plant trees in memory or in celebration of loved ones.Read More
The Million Tree Challenge is a community-wide initiative to inspire Londoners to plant one million new trees across the city – in every corner and neighbourhood.Read More
Trees are great for businesses, and businesses are great for trees! ReForest London offers many ways for businesses and organizations to help green up the Forest City.Read More
On Saturday, September 26, 2020, we were glad to welcome an amazing group of volunteers while catching some of the last of the summer warmth.Read More
On Saturday, October 17th, the sun was shining as we planted 125 trees and shrubs at Talbot Wetlands.Read More