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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

Create notes along river at River Forks Park that look out onto vistas across to the other side of the river. This complements a project begun in Spring 2006 to naturalize the park.

Students planted four shade trees and 12 shrubs to provide shade for their play structure.

Five shade trees and 12 shrubs to continue a large naturalization project begun last fall.

Large naturalization project in this park with help of youth and adult neighbourhood groups.

Over 800 White Spruce trees given away, sponsored by Canadale Nursery and Forestcare.

Over 300 White spruce seedlings were planted along the Veteran's Memorial Parkway between Trafalgar and Dundas. Trees from An Eventing with Al Gore event were donated to ReForest London. Additional trees were donated by Canadale and Forestcare.

We created a new naturalization area at St. Stephens and planted 3 large shade trees at Wellingsboro.

Volunteers planted 635 trees and shrubs as part of our continuing 10,000 Trees for the Medway project.

School children planted 64 native trees at Sprucedale Park along Stoneycreek.

Nearly 100 volunteers planted over 140 native trees and shrubs in this south east London park. In the spring 2006, 80 more trees and shrubs were added to the project site.

A parent-led group is planting 31 native trees and shrubs on the school yard.

OEVCA teamed up with ReForest London to begin to replace the aging heritage tree canopy in their neighbourhood by planting eleven trees in front yards of Old East residences.

Stoneybrook Heights-Uplands Residents Association led this project. It got a cold start in the fall of 2005 and completed this spring with the planting of over 100 trees and shrubs.

600+ red oak seedlings, 4 Kentucky Coffee Tree seedlings and 12 poplar and silver maple trees planted next to the South Pond, off Bradley Road.

Five trees were planted along the border of the school and Virginia Park

Trees and shrubs planted on public land along Trafalgar Boulevard

Four trees were planted in front of the Palace Theatre on Dundas street using structural soil, a planting method developed to help trees survive the rigors of urban life.

Outdoor classroom and shade trees planted on school yard - 9 trees and 27 shrubs were planted at this elemtary school located near Highbury and Oxford

Trees and garden planted on lawn of this downtown organization with the help of several partner groups.

Trees and shrubs planted in daycare centre, and vines and perennials planted along new berm.

ReForest London removed the invasive, non-native buckthorn from more than 23 hectares in Kiwanis Park

With the help of our partner organizations, we visited most of our past project locations and cared for the trees and shrubs by weeding, watering, mulching and pruning.

Students at Académie de la Tamise planted of over 100 native trees on the schoolyard. Additionally, 7 large shade trees were installed on the nearly treeless playground.

Ten new shade trees and a butterfly garden were planted in this school's "Penny Lane Park".

The Canadian Liver Foundation planted about 20 trees at the entrance to the University Hospital campus of the London Health Sciences Centre.