Learn how to identify ash trees and the signs of EAB, the most effective ways to share information with others, and what planting programs exist to help get new trees planted. Then help LEAF spread the word about this important issue!
Take this workshop if you:
- Are interested in volunteering with us for door-to-door group canvassing efforts in select wards that need extra help (Toronto only - see details below)
- Want to refresh your knowledge before renewing your EAB Ambassador efforts for 2013
If you’re not interested in going door-to-door, you can still attend the training and share what you learn in other ways.
Attend one of these upcoming workshops:
We need your help! This year we'll be partnering with local groups and councillors to undertake door-to-door canvassing in Toronto. Join us for these fun group volunteer opportunities in the following wards:
Ward 13 - West Toronto - Partnering with Green 13 and Councillor Sarah Doucette.
Wards 44/37/38 - Scarborough - Partnering with the Highland Green Team and Toronto and Region Conservation
Door-to-door canvas events are tentatively scheduled throughout June and you can sign up for these events at the training workshop. EAB Ambassadors who attended training in 2012, and do not wish to attend training again, will have the opportunity to sign up for door-to-door canvassing events online.
If you can't attend a training session you can still help spread the word! Take the pledge here, and we'll provide you with an EAB Action Kit, which includes informational postcards that you can distribute to your neighbours as well as additional resources that will help you understand the options for treatment and replanting.