Junction AAST Project

In 2017, LEAF and the City of Toronto are collaborating with Green 13 and the Junction BIA to support a new Adopt-a-Street-Tree project with funding from Live Green Toronto (a program of the City of Toronto) and the Canadian Tree Fund. With nearly 140 trees lining the Junction’s streets, the community is working to ensure the health and vibrancy of their street canopy.  


Help care for Junction trees!

Adopt a tree:

To view a map of the Junction's street trees and find out which trees are in need of care, click HERE. If you'd like help care for a Junction tree, contact junctiontrees[at]gmail.com

Join the watering team:

There are many "orphan" trees that have not yet been adopted. Join a team of local volunteers to help ensure these trees also get the TLC they need to thrive! Watering equipment and watering routes are available. If you'd like to join the watering team, contact junctiontrees[at]gmail.com

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

Green 13 gratefully acknowledges the financial support this project receives from both the Junction Residents’ Association and the Toronto Field Naturalists