LEAF’s subsidized Backyard Tree Planting Program helps you get the right tree in the right place. For approximately $150 to $220 per tree you will get a site consultation in your yard with an arborist, a five to eight foot tall tree (or two to four feet tall for evergreen trees) and full planting service. LEAF also has a Do-It-Yourself option, for those who like to get their hands dirty! For more information visit LEAF.
This spring, beautify your yard with a LEAF Native Shrub Bundle.
- Native Bee– pre-determined shrubs designed to provide habitat and food for native bees year round
- Edible– shrubs of your choice to best suit your taste buds
EACH BUNDLE INCLUDES
- Four lovely native shrubs for the price of three
- Free delivery right to your door
- Specific shrub fact sheet to help acheive your garden goals
- Mulch and an illustrated planting and care guide
Supplies are limited, and bundles are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To order visit LEAF.
For event details, visit the LEAF website.
March 18, 2017
Information Session – Adopt-a-Park-Tree and Young Urban Forest Leaders Programs
10:00am – 12:00pm | Metro Hall (Room 308)
April 27, 2017
Training – Toronto Volunteer Orientation
6:00pm – 7:30pm | Lillian H. Smith Library (Auditorium BC)
May 9, 2017
Multi-Day Course: Tree Tenders Volunteer Training Program
Class dates: May 9th, May 11th May 13th & May 16th | St Mathew’s Club House, Riverdale Park East
May 28, 2017
Workshop: Drawing Native Plants with Alan Li
1:00 to 4:00 pm | LEAF Learning Garden, Artscape Wychwood Barns
33 Acres Brewing Company, 376R Dufferin Street, will be holding a pre-hearing meeting to discuss their Committee of Adjustment application.
The applicant is proposing to renovate the existing one-storey industrial building to include a craft brewery, retail store, restaurant, and associated outdoor patio. These uses are currently not permitted at 376R Dufferin Street.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 1st at 7pm, Meeting Room A, Parkdale Public Library – 1303 Queen Street W.
Details regarding the proposed renovation will be available at the Community Meeting.
The Committee of Adjustment application is available on-line by searching the City of Toronto’s Committee of Adjustment – Application Information Centre. The Committee of Adjustment hearing date is set for March 29th.
Councillor Gord Perks and City Planning staff will be in attendance.
For more information, or should you have questions and are unable to attend, please contact Joshua Michnik via email: email@example.com
The City of Toronto invites you to take the inline survey for the King Street Pilot Study!
The King Street Pilot Study is about testing out how to redesign King Street to achieve three broad city-building objectives: moving people on transit more efficiently, improving placemaking and the public realm, and supporting business and economic prosperity.
In this online survey, the City wants to hear your feedback about three key aspects of the pilot being explored in this phase of work:
1. How should we evaluate success of the pilot project?
2. What is your preference of three different block design options being considered?
3. Where along King Street should we undertake the pilot?
Please click on the link to the survey below, it should take about 10 to 15 minutes to complete:
Thank you for participating in this important initiative. If you have any questions, please contact: