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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.

Projects - Park Naturalization

Our first planting of fall 2018 went off without a hitch!  Over 120 volunteers came out to spend their beautiful Saturday planting 450 trees in this Byron park as a part of the official CN Ecoconnexions kick-off with Tree Canada!

We had some abnormal summer weather for both of these planting events, but our volunteers worked hard and got the job done!  Thank you to our neighbourhood volunteers and Stantec for joining us to completely transform this site!

A huge thank you to the City of London for supporting this project at a newly finished stormwater management pond in Lambeth!  We spent a wonderful weekday evening with members of the community to help transform this newly constructed pond!

It was a hot one!  Our amazing volunteers from Fairstone Financial joined us for a morning of sunshine to add new trees and shrubs to this park in the North West end of the city!

We worked over the course of two separate days to add over 250 native trees and shrubs to the banks of a stormwater mangement pond in the north west end of the City!

We were joined by superstar volunteers from the Western University Community as well as Sir Arthur Currie Public School at the end of September to expand some existing forest cover in Thames Park!  Be sur to drop by and see the new trees added around the playgrounds!

Yet another beautiful afternoon to plant trees!  We have been working hard this year at incorporating more stormwater management ponds into our planting projects.  Check out this story to see the work we did!

Londoners LOVE weekday plantings!  Together with Western's MES Class, and staff from Budweiser Gardens and Orgaworld, we spent an afternoon in the east end of London expanding an existing woodland at Shelborne Park South.

Thank you to LUSO and Fanshawe Residences for bringing an amazing crew of volunteers to the first of two multicultural tree planting events we hosted this fall!

What an amazing group of friendly faces!  Thank you to SLNRC, YMAP, and Old Oak Properties for bringing some serious muscle and planting over 240 trees in this neighbourhood park!  This was the second of two multicultural events ReForest London hosted this fall.  Read the story to learn about more highlights from the day!

It was cold but we were determined!  Thank you to our amazing volunteers who spent their Sunday afternoon with us at Grampian Woods adding over 150 native trees and shrubs to this park near the industrial area of the city.

We were small but mighty!  Together a small group of volunteers braved the wind and the rain and planted over 130 native trees and shrubs at Dingman Park!  Thank you to everyone who was determined to finish despite Mother Nature not being on our side!

Once again, we are so thrilled to work with London's Interfaith Community.  This was our 6th year completing an interfaith planting project in the City.  This team of volunteers worked hard, worked together, and successfully planted just under 400 native trees and shrubs to Halls Mills Park.

During the month of September, ReForest London held two planting events at Cantebury Park to add 415 native trees and shrubs!

Our planting event at Paul Haggis Park on June 9th was a huge success!

Our last planting event of the season went wonderfully! Thank you to everyone who came out for our Spring Planting Season!

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.

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!

The community came together on a very hot day to plant 145 native trees and shrubs at Southwinds Park! We were very fortunate to be joined by a number of area families who wanted to get out and plant some trees despite the unseasonably hot weather. Thank you to Government of Canada's EcoAction Program and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation for funding this project!