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Check out LEAF Programs and Free Events!

LEAF (Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the urban forest. They offer subsidized programs that help you plant, care and give, and they offer lots of great (and free) events!

Current Programs:

LEAF offers a Subsidized Backyard Tree Planting Program which helps you get the right tree in the right place. For approximately $150 to $220 per tree you will get a site consultation in your yard with an arborist, a young native tree, and full planting service. LEAF also has a Do-It-Yourself option, for those who like to get their hands dirty! For more information, visit LEAF.

Shrub Bundles:

Planting a variety of native tree and shrub species can attract pollinators and songbirds to your yard by providing habitat and a food source. Trees and shrubs also add aesthetic value to your yard. Plant a LEAF Native Shrub Bundle today.

AVAILABLE BUNDLES82768ec9-cc5a-41b9-b521-bf95995c7390

Native Bee – pre-determined shrubs designed to provide habitat and food for native bees year round

  • Edible – shrubs of your choice to best suit your taste buds
  • Songbird – pre-determined shrubs designed to provide habitat and food for birds
  • Small Yard – these shrubs add beauty and biodiversity to a small yard
  • Privacy – shrubs that grow tall and dense cultivate privacy in any yard

EACH BUNDLE INCLUDES

  • Four lovely native shrubs for the price of three
  • Free delivery right to your door
  • Specific shrub fact sheet to help acheive your garden goals
  • Mulch and an illustrated planting and care guide

Supplies are limited, and bundles are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To order visit LEAF.

 

Projects:

LEAF is excited to share with you their #BackyardBiodiversity campaign in partnership with Toronto Wildlife Centre. Through this partnership they hope to highlight the relationships between wildlife, people, and the urban forest, and interactively educate the public on how to make those relationships as healthy as possible. They publish blogs, share website content, and post on social media, all in conjunction with TWC.

Upcoming events:

  • Wednesday, July 11 – Toronto Volunteer Orientation
  • Wednesday, September 12 – Toronto Volunteer Orientation
  • Saturday, October 27 – Tree Identification by the Season: A Two Part Series

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100 Queen Street West,
Suite C45, Second Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
Phone: 416-392-4032
Fax: 416-392-4123

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