5 Important Ways to Protect Wildlife in Toronto As Spring approaches, we look forward to a new year of gardening, stewardship, bird watching and protecting the natural habitats we care about.

As Spring approaches, we look forward to a new year of gardening, stewardship, bird watching and protecting the natural habitats we care about. Some things can be accomplished by groups of people and others can be done at home. For…

Leave the Leaves for Wildlife and more things to do this spring… Don't clean-up your garden just yet insects need some time to grow

Now that spring-like weather is here, we gardeners are desperate to “get in the garden” but the insects need us to hold on just a little bit longer. Garden waste pickup begins next week (March 15) but we urge you…

Seedy Saturday Toronto – Feb. 27

This year, we’re going virtual! With current restrictions, we have decided to offer vendor information, webinars, and more in a virtual format this year – all right here! The Seeds of Diversity website has other dates across Canada.

New Treatment for Buckthorn Demonstration Trial Summer 2020

This summer Urban Forestry is partnering in a demonstration trial with BioForest, a forest pest management company, to manage invasive buckthorn shrubs using the bioherbicide Chontrol Peat Paste. The active ingredient Chondrostereum purpureum is a naturally occurring fungi in forest…

High Park Stewards At-Home

Since field events will not be starting this month due to COVID-19, we’re trying something new and different! Every two weeks, there will be a package made available on the High Park Nature website of at-home resources, projects, and activities…

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