In 2016 and 2017, LEAF will work with the Bloordale community to support a new Adopt-a-Street-Tree project with funding from Live Green Toronto, a program of the City of Toronto, and from the Canadian Tree Fund. With 59 newly planted trees between Dufferin and Lansdowne, the Bloordale community is working to ensure each tree thrives. 


This project is building on the efforts of local resident and Tree Tender graduate, Dan Milford-Warren, who initiated street tree stewardship in Bloordale when the trees were first planted in 2014. 


Project partners included the Bloordale BIA and the Bloordale Community Improvement Association. Support was also received from Councillor Anna Bailao.


Get involved

We are looking for volunteers! Join this great team of tree people and contribute to this project’s success. Volunteers will receive tree stewardship training and ongoing support.

To get involved or to get more information, contact erin[at]

A very big thank-you to all the volunteers who have contributed to the project so far.


Adopt a Bloordale tree and help it flourish

To find out how you can adopt a street tree, email erin[at]