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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. 
Winter is a great time to cuddle up with a blanket, and read a good book. So, we thought we would share what we're reading this month. Bringing Nature Home draws important connections between planting native plants and supporting our wildlife presented in the format of an easy-to-understand illustrated novel.
Come learn how to care for your trees! Learn about best practices, pest management and municipal bylaws!
The first Million Tree Challenge Awards were presented to five well-deserving Partners in London’s Million Tree Challenge on October 20, 2016 at the annual A Toast to Trees event. These awards recognize great contributions by businesses, organizations and individuals who are making a difference through their support of tree planting in London, Ontario.
Trails Open is October 1 & 2, and celebrates London's natural heritage at Westeminster Ponds with 6 environmental organizations. Enjoy many different guided hikes, learn about the ESA, get free trees, and more! 
Alex Huynh Do is in the Volunteer Spotlight for September for her fantastic work and dedication as a Tree Blitzer.
Everyone at ReForest London is deeply saddened and shocked to hear of Nathan Deslippe’s passing.
ReForest London is very happy to see progress being made to protect trees on private land, by closing some loopholes in the existing by-law and protecting our biggest and most precious trees.
This month, we decided to highlight the work of three amazing volunteers who we recognized at our AGM in June. 
The City has issued a tree watering alert. Londoners are being asked to water new and mature trees on private property.