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It’s pruning season in London! Pruning is one of the most common tree maintenance procedures. However, it is often misunderstood and can cause irreversible damage to trees if done incorrectly. 
ReForest London joined many individuals and organizations last week to honour and celebrate the life of Mr. Richard Ivey, an incredible Londoner and philanthropist.
Interested in a co-op placement or a part-time job working in the non-profit or environmental sectors? Look no further than our School Program Assistant or Stewardship Assistant positions! 
Volunteer Week, from April 7-13, 2019, is all about recognizing the collective efforts of volunteers who take local action that better position our communities for a sustainable future. 
Any person who has taken a volunteer training with ReForest London who volunteers twice before September 23rd will be entered in a draw to win two tickets to see 'An Evening with Jane Goodall' at Centennial Hall on September 26th!
Oak wilt is a fungal disease that targets oak trees, especially trees in the red oak family. It blocks the flow of nutrients and water throughout the tree, causing the tree to die. It is not currently in Canada, but has been confirmed just across the border from Windsor.
Volunteer Spotlight Name: Ester Landreville  Roles: Finance Committee, Office Assistant Volunteer since: May 2017
On Saturday May 12th 2018, ReForest London held its 8th annual Celebration Forest Event. The event welcomed hundreds of attendees who planted trees in honour of loved ones. In total, 124 trees were planted in memory, 56 trees were planted in celebration, and two were planted in honour of beloved pets.
Name: Sonja Teichert Roles: Community Liaison, Forest Festival Committee, Training Lead, Tree Blitzer, Tree Planter, Tree Specialist and Tree Teacher. Volunteer since: June 2016 
We are pleased to announce our NEW program for Elementary Schools in London. We will be working with Grades 4-6 students in a series of 4 interconnected modules related to trees! Students will grow seedlings, help to plan a tree planting project in their schoolyard, plant schoolyard trees, and attend a Tree Hike in a mature forest. Registration is required.