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CITY OF TORONTO HIGH PARK PAGE 

 

TO RECEIVE EMAILS about High Park nature and stewardship events, contact mail@highparknature.org

TO VOLUNTEER contact stewards@highparknature.org or just come to an event

 

HIGH PARK NATURE

 

HIGH PARK STEWARDS

    

 

HIGH PARK NATURE is a joint project of the High Park Natural Environment Committee and High Park Stewards. We welcome your feedback, suggestions, articles and photos. Please contact us at mail@highparknature.org

ABOUT THE PHOTOS: Most of the photos on this site were contributed by local photographers and taken in High Park. Please do not copy or reproduce them without permission. If you would like to contribute photos (low resolution) for this website, please contact us at mail@highparknature.org

  HPNature is a member of Ontario's Nature Network


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High Park Nature 

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WHAT'S INSIDE

This website focuses on the nature of High Park from many perspectives:

 

>> History of High Park Find out about the geological and human history that brought the park into being.

 

>> Ecology Learn about the park's special habitats and many species of plants and animals.

 

>> Restoration Find out what is being done to protect and restore the park's natural areas.

 

>> My Park Express yourself! High Park is an inspiration for art and photography and many other creative pursuits.

 

>> Explore High Park Explore the park with a walking tour, or check out a number of places to visit within the park.

 

>> Volunteer Opportunities Get involved! Learn more about the High Park Natural Environment Committee and High Park Stewards (VSP).

 

>> Contacts, Links & Resources Find useful contact information and other links.

Looking for more?

 
 

Browse through the QUICK LINKS menu on the left side of each page.

 
 

Use the SEARCH THIS WEBSITE link on the left side of each page.

 
 

Send your question to mail@highpark.org.


Download the Jewel Brochure An introduction to the natural features and restoration programs of High Park

 

Take a Guided Tour of the Black Oak Savannah with Sam Benvie

Tour prepared for Ecology and Sustainable Landscapes (CKLA 400), an online course offered at Ryerson University.

Watch it on YouTube or Google Maps or this webapp.

Rare Plants of the Endangered High Park Black Oak Savannah

For more  information about this Volunteer Stewardship Program Guidebook, please see this poster (pdf) or Rare Plant Book Page

View sample pages


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