Robert Christopher first planted a Freeman maple with LEAF in spring 2012. He was inspired again to add another fine-looking Freeman maple to his Toronto property in fall 2013. He added more beauty and biodiversity to his yard in spring and fall 2018 with three pagoda dogwoods and an Eastern white cedar. Because he takes excellent care of his trees and shrubs, you can see from the photos, things are thriving in his yard. Our Program Manager, Kim De Lallo, interviews Robert about his recurring support for LEAF.
Environmental teacher, Ben Freeman, from TDChristian High School speaks on his experience using LEAF services for a very special project at this Woodbridge school.
Pat, a City of Markham resident, first planted with LEAF in 2008 and has since planted again with LEAF in spring 2019. Our Program Manager, Kim De Lallo, interviews Pat about her LEAF experience and her continuing interest in the value of the urban forest.
Dale first planted with LEAF in 2017 and then again in 2018. By adding seven trees and a bunch of shrubs to his Toronto property, he is making a wonderful green impact. Our Program Manager, Kim De Lallo, interviews Dale about his enthusiasm for LEAF and his love of his backyard oasis.
The fall season is here - a time of year where it is very common for homeowners to rake up those colourful autumn leaves after they have fallen. But did you know that leaving fallen leaves in garden beds and around trees, shrubs and other plants over the winter can actually yield many benefits?