- The Great Toronto Tree Hunt
- LEAF Learning Garden
- Let It Bee
- Maple Leaf Forever Tree
- Urban Forest Demonstration Gardens
- Urban Wood Utilization
- Young Urban Forest Leaders Program
- Youth EAB Ambassador Program
- Past Projects
LEAF volunteers and partners celebrated National Tree Day in 2012 by removing constrictive and damaging paving stones surrounding 4 large Honey locust trees in the Junction. The tree bases were topped with rich soil and native plants. Local landscaping company, Green Gardeners, salvaged the stones and gravel and the Junction BIA agreed to water and maintain the new plantings.
The project was part of a province-wide Depave Paradise initiative led by Green Communities Canada. Similar projects continue to happen accross Canada!
Junction Depave Paradise Details:
Where: Pacific Ave. and Dundas Ave. W. in the Junction.
Local Supporters and Partners:
This community depave project is brought to you by LEAF in partnership with the Green Communities Foundation. The work has been carried out with the aid of grants from The Commission for Environmental Cooperation, The Metcalf Foundation, and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation