- 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
Chester Le Park
This year, three of LEAF’s Young Urban Forest Leaders are working with the Friends of Chester Le Park and Agincourt Community Services Association to develop an Adopt-a-Park-Tree program in Chester Le Park for over 40 new trees planted in 2014.
Chester Le Park features a children playground, a large open green space and beautiful trees on the edges of the park as well as a vibrant community garden.
Christie Pits Park
This year, five of LEAF’s Young Urban Forest Leaders are working with the Friends of Christie Pits Park to develop an Adopt-a-Park-Tree program. The park currently has over 20 young trees and in the fall of 2016, 76 new trees will be planted by the City to replace the loss of many mature ash trees due to Emerald Ash Borer.
The Friends of Christie Pits have been active for more than ten years, hosting community pizza nights, park clean ups, walking tours and many festivals and musical events.
San Romanoway Towers
This year, four of LEAF’s Young Urban Forest Leaders are working with the TRCA to develop an Adopt-a--Tree program on the newly revitalized grounds of the San Romanoway towers at Jane and Finch.
As part of the San Romanoway Towers Revival Project, the property has new gardens, a naturalized site and an urban orchard along with nearly 40 newly planted trees.
If you are interested in adopting a park tree, please contact erin[at]yourleaf.org.
The Young Urban Forest Leaders and Adopt-a-Park-Tree Program in Fairmount Park is supported by the City of Toronto Community Recreation Investment Program.