Tree Planting & Stewardship Volunteer
Join us to plant trees, shrubs and wildflowers, and help grow Toronto’s urban forest. As a volunteer you will:
- Learn more about native trees, shrubs and how to plant a tree
- Meet new people, make new friendships and network within the community
- Gain experience, leadership and interpersonal skills
- Acquire documented volunteer hours (if requested)
How to Apply
Individuals and small groups can simply drop in. Groups of 10 or more should register in advance by emailing email@example.com.
For experienced volunteers: if you’re interested in getting more involved in our events, check out the Tree Planting Captain Program.
Planting Day Tips for Volunteers
- Please wear comfortable clothing and sturdy closed-toe shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty.
- Bring water in a reusable container you can take home with you. Help make this a litterless event!
- Remember to wear sunscreen.
- Gloves and shovels are provided.
- Plantings happen rain or shine but not in thunderstorms. Please dress for the weather.
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