Mine Hollow: A Natural History Walking Tour
Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 1:30p.m. - 3:30p.m.
Lawrence Avenue East and Don Valley Parkway

Meet at the picnic tables by the parking lot at the end of Old Lawrence Avenue


This walk through the quiet ravine of Milne Hollow will reveal the layers of industrialization and renaturalization that have shaped its landscape over the years. Discover how railways and expressways, flooding and invasive species have impacted the area throughout Toronto’s history and how recent stewardship efforts have helped preserve this important natural landscape.


Tour Leaders:
Peter Heinz, Don Watershed Regeneration Council
Robyn Stewart, LEAF

Accessibility Info: Flat pavement, some rough ground

© 2013 Kanchan Maharaj / LEAF
Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 2:30p.m. - 3:30p.m.
Earl Bales Park Community Center
4169 Bathurst St.

Toronto, Ontario, M3H 3P7


Meet at the entrance to the ampitheatre.

Join us for a guided tour of the beautiful trees in Earl Bales Park as we celebrate the Adopt-A-Park-Tree Programs and the dedicated work of the Friends of Earl Bales Park. Find out how you can adopt and care for your very own park tree! Hear about the great work that local community groups are doing to improve the neighbourhood and find out how to get involved! LEAF’s Adopt-a-Park-Tree Program is supported by Trees for Life and Ontario Power Generation.

© 2014 Robyn Stewart / LEAF
Thursday, October 23, 2014 - 6:30p.m. - 8:00p.m.
LEAF Office - Artscape Wychwood Barns
601 Christie St.

Toronto, , M6G 4C7


Sign up to become a LEAF Volunteer today. There are many ways that you can get involved and actively help our urban forest. Please note that we only accept volunteers over the age of 18, that have completed a volunteer orientation session. 

Opportunities include:


To attend this orientation session, please complete our Volunteer Application Form

If you have any questions or to confirm your attendance, please contact Erin at erin[at]yourleaf.org or 416.413.9244 x12.

Click here to read our Volunteer Handbook for important information on urban forest issues and how you can help. In addition, all LEAF volunteers must watch a brief accessibility training video, here.