Toronto’s natural environment trail network is a popular destination for mountain bikers, hikers, runners, dog-walkers and nature enthusiasts. Good trail design and maintenance helps protect the natural environment, keep trail users safe and ensure an enjoyable trail experience.
As a volunteer you will:
All tools and training are provided, and no expertise is required.
There are two ways to help out:
Participants in this program help to care for natural areas across the city, with teams that meet on a bi-weekly basis.
The trail stewardship team meets at the Thomas Hauser Memorial Trail Head in Crothers Woods, located at 27 Redway Road (south end of the Loblaws parking lot).
Visit Community Stewardship Program page for more information.
Tree planting and stewardship events take place in different locations across the city, spring through fall. Volunteer at a trail stewardship event to help enhance Toronto’s natural environment trail network!
Visit Tree Planting and Stewardship Events for more information or the online calendar for dates and locations.
To join the weekly stewardship team or register in advance for a trail event, email us at email@example.com.
Trail stewardship site conditions vary. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on site conditions including accessibility. If you would like to request accessibility support or accommodation, contact us as soon as possible.
For more information about natural environment trails, contact email@example.com.
An event will be cancelled if there is a greater than 70 per cent chance of thunderstorm, if rain makes the trails dangerous, or if other hazardous conditions arise.