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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

Lorne Avenue Public School pupils helped to plant a naturalized outdoor classroom.

45 volunteers helped plant 290 native trees and shrubs at Raph Hamlyn Park in the first planting for the Graham 10000 Trees for the Dingman project.

Volunteers planted 80 trees at in the Old East Village Tree Nursery, sponsored bye the Old East Village Community Association.

Carson Library grounds got a facelift with 2 new large trees and a dozen shrubs as part of the Greening the Commons project in Old East.

Students, parents, and teachers plant native trees and shrubs for a new outdoor classroom with log seating!

Volunteers planted 220 trees and shrubs in an new naturalization project in Clara Brenton Woods

Students at Tecumseh Public School created a new outdoor classroom next to their playground in Old South.

Students at Bishop Townsend Public School planted an outdoor classroom in their schoolyard

Students at Ashley Oaks Public School planted 5 trees and 16 shrubs in a new outdoor classroom.

Students at St. Anthony Catholic School created a new play and learning space in their schoolyard, planting 5 trees and 15 shrubs.

Clarke Road Secondary Students planted over 400 trees at Kiwanis Park.

With the help of 45 volunteers, we planted over 400 native trees and shrubs at McKillop Park right next to the Thames River, planting trees that were purchased as gifts and in memory of others in 2009.

Celebrating our 5th birthday, we planted over 600 trees and shrubs at Gibbons Park with London Life employees and community volunteers, followed by a BBQ and birthday cake.

Students at St. Martins Catholic School created a new play area and garden with 5 trees and 15 shrubs.

Community volunteers and over 30 UWO students planted 270 trees and shrubs at Pottersburg Park.

Seven trees, two serviceberries, and hundreds of new perrenials were planted in two new planters. One, on York at Clarence, has 5 trees and two shrubs. The other, along Wellington south of King, has two new trees.

ReForest London with three classes consisting of 84 grade 5 and 6 students from Tweedsmuir Public School and Saint Bernadette Catholic School planted over 200 native trees and shrubs at Fairmont Trail to naturalize the area.

ReForest London joined Scoutrees in planting 3,000 trees on April 24. Scoutrees led this initiative, which drew 1,200 volunteers from scouts, ReForest London, corporate groups, and the community.

London Life employees planted 870 trees as part of the London Life initiative Trees Please!. The project included tree planting at Ann Street Park and educational and fun activities at the London Life offices.


ReForest London planted 250 trees, shrubs, and vines, plus dozens of acorns and hickory nuts at Briscoe Woods, with the help from Friends of the Coves, volunteers from Katimavik, MP's Irene Mathyssen and Ed Holder, and dozens of community volunteers

ReForest London, students from the University of Western Ontario volunteer in Western Serves day, and volunteers from the community planted 426 native tree and shrubs at River Forks Park East.

ReForest London and the London Knights planted 400 trees to naturalize a new area in this east London park.

New trails along the Medway Creek were naturalized with 200 trees and shrubs.

With the help of 70 volunteers, we planted over 300 trees and shrubs.

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