Welcome to High Park, one of Toronto's most significant natural areas!
TOURS, TALKS & WORKSHOPS
Seeing Toronto’s Oak Savannah Through History- Sunday Walk Sunday, June 3, 10.30am to 12.00 noon. Led by Toronto Field Naturalists' Joanne Doucette. Free. Meet at the square of benches south of Grenadier Restaurant. More Info
NEWS & SIGHTINGS
Moth Caterpillar Treatment
The City will be treating for Fall Cankerworm this spring in a small section of High Park. Treatment will consist of hand spraying from the ground, a pesticide called Foray 48-B and will take place (weather dependent) between May 14 and June 8, in 2 rounds approximately 7 days apart. See map. (Red dots are spray sites.) More about this and other HP moths
Cellophane bees are one of the first insects you can see in the dry open areas of the oak savannah. READ MORE
SIGNS OF SPRING
DEVELOPMENTS NEAR HIGH PARK
A Natural Heritage Impact Study has been produced as part of the Bloor West Village Avenue Study.
For more information on developments near High Park read this Update on Development Proposals and High Park
MORE ABOUT HIGH PARK
High Park Stewards
Garlic Mustard Removal and Boulevard Beds Fencing and Planting
Sunday, May 27, 2018, 10:30am to 12:30pm
Meet us in front of the Grenadier Restaurant
Follow us on VOLUNTEER!
NATIVE PLANT GARDENING
In the Zone A resource for native plant gardeners
See a list of gardening resources.
WHAT'S THAT FLOWER?
Wendy Rothwell has created a beautiful and informative website Wildflowers of Toronto's High Park. Wildflowers may be searched by botanical name and by colour.
Natural Environment Committee
Read the March 2018 issue of UPDATE with news about our recent activities.
You can help protect High Park
OTHER GROUPS' EVENTS