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Neighbourhood ReLeaf Program

ReForest London has launched a city-wide initiative to provide free trees for residents of London. Through the power of volunteer passion, one-on-one conversations, and getting our hands dirty planting, we have planted and given away over 18,000 trees.

Neighbourhood Tree Depots offer free trees to residents at various locations throughout the city. Over the long term we hope that the residential trees will create a healthy tree canopy and more green infrastructure in London.

We want Londoners from all of our diverse communities to take action in creating a more sustainable city through the planting of trees. We will offer free trees to any Londoner who wants to plant one in their yard, plus opportunities to plant in a public park.

 

Upcoming Tree Depots:

 END OF SEASON BLOWOUT - Tuesday June 30th (7:00 - 9:00pm)

We will have one final, end of season clearout on Tuesday, June 30 from 7-9pm at the ReForest London Office (944 Western Counties Road). These are trees that are leftover due to order cancellations or changes from our preorder system this June.

This depot will be first-come, first served. No pre-orders or reservations permitted. 

We have a variety of species (ie. large shade trees, fruit and edible trees) remaining and a total of approximately 100 trees left. Some of the species available are listed below. We may also have a few others if there are additional cancellations!
 
In some cases there are only 1 or 2 left of a species and may "sell out" quickly. We appreciate your understanding and patience. 
 
 
Basswood (Tilia americana) Beech, American (Fagus grandifolia) Birch, Yellow (Betula alleghaniesis) Cherry, Black (Prunus serotina)
Hackberry, Northern (Celtis occidentalis) Hazelnut, American (Corylus americana) Ironwood/Hop Hornbeam (Ostrya virginiana) Maple, Freeman (Acer freemanii)
Maple, Silver (Acer saccharinum) Maple, Sugar (Acer saccharum) Oak, Bur (Quercus macrocarpa) Oak, White (Quercus alba)
Serviceberry, Downy (Amelanchier arborea) Sycamore, American (Platanus occidentalis) Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipfera) Walnut, Black (Juglas nigra)
Witchazel, Common (Hamamelis virginiana) Fir, Balsam (Abies balsamea) Pine, Eastern White (Pinus strobus) Tamarack (Larix laricina)
Ambrosia Eating Apple (Malus domestica ambrosia) Golden Delicious Apple (Malus domestica golden delicious) Honey Crisp Apple (Malus domestica honey crisp) Royal Gala Apple (Malus domestica gala)
Trembling Aspen (Populus deltoides) Choke Cherry (Prunus virginiana)
 
 
 
What to do when you arrive:
 
We will clearly mark where to line up and will be requiring that visitors keep a distance of 2m/6ft apart. Please consider wearing a mask or face covering if you are able. 
 
DO NOT arrive prior to 6:45pm to line up. We will not be able to assist you until 7pm. 
 
This depot is intended for anyone living in the City of London who haven't been able to get trees from us yet this season. If you have already picked up your 3 trees from us this season, please wait for the next time we offer depots.
 
These trees are free, though we happily accept cash donations to help us continue offering this program in the future.

 

 


Find out how you can get a free tree!
 Click the images below for more information.

Neighbourhood Tree Depots
 

 Tree Species

All trees planted as part of the Neighbourhood ReLeaf Program will count towards London's Million Tree Challenge. If you have planted any trees since 2011, please take the time to register them at milliontrees.ca and be counted! 

If you have any questions about the program, email Brianne Curry, Director of Programs or call 519-936-9548 ex.226 to find out more. 
Do not email with tree order requests. 

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Our Sponsors

Projects like this would not be possible without the help of our community. We would like to thank the following organizations for their support:

 

If you or an organization you work for would be interested in providing financial or in-kind support for this program, please contact Brianne Curry, Director of Programs, at 519-936-9548 x226.