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ReForest London is planting trees all over the city, in neighbourhoods, schoolyards, parks, and natural areas.  Check out our past projects by browsing below, or by sorting the projects by type, year, or location.


The last weekend of the fall event season had the Neighbourhood ReLeaf team buzzing, and the community seemed just as excited!

Crisp fall air, smiles, baby trees, and squishy new friends; all the things that made the End of Season Tree Depot a great one!

The Neighbourhood ReLeaf team was out on Saturday to bring trees to the North of Old East Village neighbourhood at their second last Tree Blitz of the fall season.

For the last Tree Blitz of the season in the South of Fanshawe Neighbourhood, the weather forecast was ominous, but the NRL team was determined to make this last event a success.

It was a beautiful day on Western University campus to give away trees! 

Volunteers from Deloitte joined RFL staff Kaitlin and Brad for a fun-filled planting at Southwinds Park! Thank you Deloitte for your hard work planting this baby forest! This project was made possible thanks to funding from the Government of Canada's EcoAction Program and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.

ReForest London was joined by volunteers from the community, KPMG, ACO London and Saunders Key Club for a tough, hillside planting of 205 native trees and shrubs. 

Thank you to ON150 Community Celebration Program, City of London, KPMG and ACO London for supporting this project! 

We had a group of brave volunteers come out on this rainy Sunday afternoon to plant 125 native trees and shrubs at Jalna South Park! This includes 38 new shade trees that went in along the path. Thank you so much to ON150 Community Celebration Program, Canada Bread and the City of London for supporting this project! We couldn't have done it without you.

It was another sunny Saturday for the Carling near Highbury Tree Blitz!

We were honoured to be part of the Emancipation Day celebration at Westminster Ponds, and have the opportunity to give out free trees at a Tree Depot during the event.

It was a beautiful, sunny Saturday to start off Neighbourhood ReLeaf’s fall season with a Tree Blitz in Kipps Lane West! 

What has delectable vegan muffins, Sea Shepherds, smiling faces and is leafy all over? The Coves Tree Depot!

A beautiful misty morning greeted the Neighbourhood ReLeaf team as they pulled up to the Longworth Retirement Home for their third Tree Depot event of the season!

The Neighbourhood ReLeaf team visited North Park Church for a very successful Tree Depot on this warm Saturday!

Fall weather has finally arrived for the Kipps Lane East Tree Blitz! 

ReForest London staff and Tree Canada representative Donald Craig were joined by 8 staff from the IKEA Canada London Pick-up and Order Point to plant 36 native trees and 20 native shrubs in around a pond in south London. 

This project was made possible by the generous support of Tree Canada and IKEA. Thank you! 

Almost 2000 trees were brought in to be given out to Londoners for National Tree Day at three major Tree Depots across the city.

Laughter, the sound of the Midway, the smell of fried food, and, best of all, free trees!

The Carling near Home Hardware Tree Blitz was a scorcher, but that didn’t stop our Neighbourhood ReLeaf team! 

We were joined by the public and some great groups to plant 250 native trees and shrubs adjacent to Kains Woods ESA!

Thank you to the City of London and the MNRF's Land Stewardship and Habitat Restoration Program for funding this project!

McNay Drain South was a quick, fun-filled planting. We were joined by Envirowestern, London Life and Big Brothers Big Sisters to plant 134 native trees and shrubs to bolster the wooded ravine.

Thank you to the City of London for funding this project!

Thanks to our wonderful volunteers, we planted 225 native trees and shrubs, including shade trees along the path and the playground.

Thank you as well to the City of London for funding this project and to the neighbourhood for their support!

Orientation Serves (UWO) and the community came together with a total of 138 volunteers to plant 481 native trees and shrubs in under 2 hours!

Thank you to the Government of Canada's EcoAction Program, Ontario150 Community Celebration Program and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation for funding this project.

On Sunday, Sept. 10, members of the community joined Kaitlin, Brad and RFL tree specialists Melanie, Kat, Leanne and Aaron to plant 176 native trees and shrubs around the storm water pond at Virginia Park.

Thank you to the City of London's Park in Every Ward Project, and Ontario150 Community Celebration Program for funding this planting!

On Sept. 12, we were joined by a fantastic group from Columbia Sportswear to plant 100 trees and shrubs at Virginia Park! This was a wonderful week for Virginia Park thanks to our hard working volunteers. We couldn't have done it without you.

Thank you to Columbia Sportswear for funding these plantings!