Come explore the living heritage of historic Ashbridge Estate, a two-acre oasis in Toronto’s east end. Discover trees planted by the Ashbridge family during their two centuries of living here, and find out how the land has changed over time. Learn about conservation arboriculture techniques used today to maintain the beautiful old trees on the property. Hear the story behind Emma’s Willow, planted over one hundred years ago and still going strong!
Meeting Place: Ashbridge Estate, 1444 Queen St E, Toronto, ON
(Queen St E and Greenwood Ave)
Barbara Heidenreich, Ontario Heritage Trust
Philip van Wassenaer, Urban Forest Innovations
Robyn Stewart, LEAF
Cost: $5 suggested donation