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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

Enthusiastic volunteers from the Westminster Park Community Association, Ivey School of Business, and St. Leonards planted over 400 trees and shrubs in record time.

We returned to Berkshire Park to plante over 200 trees and shrubs.

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

Continued the Thames Park Naturalization project in Thames Park to complement past naturalization projects. Plantings consisted of 50 potted oaks, 10 shrubs, plus 700 wildflowers.

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.

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

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

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.

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.

Over 200 trees, shrubs and vines were planted at London's Berkshire Park by about 15 Deloitte employees as part of their company's commmunity impact day.

This student-led project implemented an innovative "pit and mound" technique to restore an area near UWO's TD Waterhouse Stadium. Additional trees and a butterfly garden were added in the spring of 2006.

Volunteers cleaned up a previous naturalization area and added new trees and shrubs at Mitches Park.

Over 100 volunteers came out to our first major event to plant trees and walk the park in a self-guided tour of the park's natural and cultural heritage.