Celebrate trees at Holland Park in Surrey! Saturday, April 30 (10am – 1pm). Enjoy tree planting, family activities, and a BBQ lunch in this popular park – all for FREE!
Come to this free workshop at the Surrey Nature Centre and learn about which trees are best suited to your yard. Pre-registration required; call 604-502-6065.
Learning how to create more efficient breeding strategies could ensure more durable trees for reforestation projects.
Discover different trees and their interesting tales, and learn about biking in the city with LEAF.
Sign up with LEAF to adopt a park tree and care for it during the summer! Enjoy a tree tour and learn about Cedarvale’s local trees.
Each year Toronto’s urban forest produces millions of pounds of edible treats. Follow your taste buds through Toronto’s urban forest and discover what appetizing delights await you in its canopy.
Last week, LEAF launched the Ontario Residential Tree Benefits Estimator, an online tool designed to estimate the energy savings and other environmental benefits provided by trees.
Trees Ontario, the Forest Gene Conservation Association, the OMNR Ontario Tree Seed Plant and the University of Guelph are hosting a one-day workshop designed to provide the basic information required to obtain, properly prepare and propagate tree seed successfully.
In Ontario, 30 million trees a year used to be planted on rural, private lands in the province. In the 1990s, this dropped to a low of only 2 million. Experts tell us that in order to achieve 30 percent forest cover and a healthy ecosystem, we need to plant over a billion more trees.