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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.


Students, staff and parents at Sir G.E. Cartier Public School help plant native trees and shrubs to form a natural outdoor classroom!

What are the barriers for Industry in London to planting trees on their properties? ReForest London wanted to find out first hand so we invited a group of London industrial leaders to a Focus Group about just that subject at Labatt on September 18, 2014.

National Tree Day 2014 was another great day for getting trees into the hands of Londoners thanks to 16 MTC Partners. Over 1850 Native tree seedlings and saplings were given away at 33 public and 5 private locations.

Despite cold and muddy conditions, olunteers planted 350 native trees and shrubs in this south London project.

Local Canon Crew Shoots a Record Number of Plants in Ground at McCormick Park 

Deloitte employees helped plant 150 trees.

Volunteers planted hundreds of trees in this new park near the airport as part of the Veterans Memorial Parkway Community Program.

Two industrial landowners plant a mini-forest on their shared property boundaries, increasing property values, creating recreational space for employees on their breaks, and reducing cooling costs.

Charterhouse Cresent neighbours, Rapid Binding & Laminating and Longo Custom Kitchens & Woodwork have decided to do a naturalization project on their land and take advantage of current subsidies offered through a TD Green Streets grant.

MTC Media Partner 102.3 BOBfm, has been tremendously supportive of the Million Tree Challenge Citywide Tree Sale for the past two years in a variety of ways.

In the celebration and recognition of World Environment Day 2014, Labatt, the City of London and ReForest London co-hosted the third annual London Environmental Forum at Labatt Hometown Brewery on June 5 th.  

Million Tree Challenge Media Partner SCENE Magazine is supporting London's Million Tree Challenge through editorial and regular donated banner advertising! 

Seven faith groups with 140 volunteers planted 500 trees at this southeast London park.

Three Million Tree Challenge Partners joined forces to fund a tree planting at Rosecliffe Park.

As part of Earth Week and London's Clean & Green activities, Million Tree Challenge Partner John Zubick Limited held an e-waste recycling event to raise money to go toward tree planting in London’s Million Tree Challenge.

The Fanshawe First Nations Centre’s Year-End Gathering brought together communities to celebrate the success of Fanshawe’s Indigenous students. Fanshawe presented each of the local six First Nations groups with a cedar tree to be planted in their honour in The Celebration Forest.

There is strength in numbers, especially when it comes to London's Million Tree Challenge.

Million Tree Challenge Partner, The Tea Haus is raising $500 to donate to ReForest London.

Million Tree Challenge Partners Wizards of Video donate their time and skills to create videos for ReForest London and the Million Tree Challenge.

Veterans Memorial Parkway Community Program (VMPCP) a Million Tree Challenge Partner, wins the Green for Life Community Award for their amazing ongoing planting project on the VMP.

Employees of ScotiaMcLeod celebrate Scotiabank's Platinum Sponsorship of London's Million Tree Challenge by planting 300 trees at Whetherfield Park.

Rowntree and SOHO community tree sale a success.

More and more condominiums are growing in popularity and it is heartening to see residents want to have more trees in their shared communities.

Planting roots in his community is something our Tree Capatin Matthew Jaszczynski took literally in his neighbourhood.

We find that it takes three conversations to talk a neighbour into a tree, once they are in you can never get them out.