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Come out in nature and join us!  Students in Grades 4 to 8 are invited to participate in our Fall 2017 program, “What’s that tree?” This program introduces students to native trees of the Carolinian Forest. Classes will also plant trees in a baby woodland. 
CONTEST ANNOUCEMENT! Are you looking for an adventure? Discover a truly unique exploration of our local trees with the Forest City Geocaching Adventure! 
ReForest London is excited to invite you to our first ever Forest Festival in Harris Park on Saturday, August 19th!
Are you looking to learn more about how you can care for trees? This workshop is intended to provide a basic level of knowledge regarding tree care, including planting, mulching, disease prevention and municipal tree bylaws.
Join ReForest London and Wild Craft Permaculture to learn how to care for your new or existing fruit and nut trees. You will learn basic pruning and pest control, as well as how to boost the immune system of your tree to help prevent disease and pest issues.
Families and friends gather to plant trees in memory and honour of loved ones at the Celebration Forest, on Saturday, May 13th at 1 pm. 
The Community Engagement Coordinator brings ReForest London to our community – through outreach activities at local events, fairs and seedling giveaways, and through our volunteer recruitment and stewardship program.  
We are hiring for 2 summer student positions that would run for 16 weeks from May to August 2017.
Looking to get a tree for your yard? Trees are between 4-7ft tall and a mix of native and edible species. Donations are gladly accepted. Share with your neighbours, family and friends!
This January, students in 16 London schools planted over 2000 native seedlings as part of the School Community Tree Challenge. In the coming months they'll nurture their young trees and in the spring, will bring trees home to be planted in their yards and neighbourhoods.