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Participants in this program help to care for natural areas across the city, with teams that meet weekly from April to September. As a volunteer you will:
Beechwood Wetland is located along the Lower Don Trail near Broadview Avenue and O’Connor Drive. This area has the potential for significant improvement to both land and aquatic habitat quality.
Crothers Woods is a unique forest habitat with around 10km of natural trails.
|Don Valley Brick Works Park||
Don Valley Brick Works Park contains a number of different habitat types, including wildflower meadows, woodlands, wetlands and steep cliff faces.
|Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat||
Located in Humber Bay Park East, this ecological restoration project provides critical habitat for a variety of native butterfly species, including the Monarch butterfly.
|Milliken District Park||
Milliken District Park boasts manicured gardens, ponds, successional meadow, and a woodlot designated as an Environmentally Significant Area.
Milne Hollow is the northern gateway to the Charles Sauriol Conservation Reserve in the floodplains of the East Don Watershed.
The Nordheimer Ravine contains one of the finest stands of old oak trees in the city.
|Riverdale Park East||
Riverdale Park East includes a naturalized area at the north end of the park.
Contact us at email@example.com for registration forms and program information.
Participants must be 14 years of age or older unless accompanied by legal guardian.