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Anyone who has planted trees knows that it's not just about what to plant but also where to plant. Thanks to a donation from ESRI Canada, figuring out the "where" is now a lot easier for ReForest London staff.
We had a great year planting trees in parks, schoolyards, and neighbourhoods. With the help of over 2,000 volunteers, we planted 2,500 native trees and shrubs in 17 projects.
A provincial court has upheld OPA 403, a change to London's official plan making it easier to protect London's woodlands.
Enjoy a day filled with nature in the Hyde Park area this Saturday! Meet and learn about birds of prey in the morning at Featherfields, than in the afternoon join ReForest London to help plant 200 native trees.
Over 30 UWO students joined community volunteers in planting 270 native trees and shrubs in Pottersburg Park, a project sponsored by Environment Canada, and Urban League of London
See the winners of the Amazing Tree Quest, revealed at our Celebrate the Trees event on Friday, September 24.
ReForest London, along with the City of London and the London Downtown Business Association, celebrated new downtown trees this fall.
ReForest London had great success in 2009, planting 5,091 native trees and shrubs with the help of 4,197 volunteers. We completed 28 projects in 11 parks or natural areas, 10 schools, downtown and community locations.
ReForest London and the London Arts Council have partnered together to showcase trees and art in the City of London. As part of the Amazing Tree Quest, professional artists residing in the city of London are invited to submit images for the Tree Inspired Art Category.
ReForest London responds to the UFORE report, a just-released City of London report that gives detailed statistics on our city's urban forest.