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Interested in a full-time, short-term job working in the non-profit or environmental sectors? Look no further than our Environmental Programs Assistant!   
Biodiversity helps ensure that all organisms are able to exist and interact and thrive....
Thank you OALA for awarding us the Certificate of Merit Award.
This week is National Volunteer Week, and this year's theme is "It's time to applaud this country's volunteers." While we applaud our volunteers throughout the year, this is a great time to highlight the amazing, selfless work they do to make our city a healthier, more livable place.
February 24th to the 28th, 2020 is Invasive Species Week. Invasive species are those that come from somewhere outside an area (for example, imported accidentally or intentionally from another country or region) and quickly outcompete the plants and/or animals native to the area.
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!