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More sites to come!

July 07

We have so many communities interested in TD Tree Days that we are still in the process of finalizing details for a few events. Please come back soon to see what new sites we've added. If you don't see a planting in your community, please email us...

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Deaf Community Plantings

August 17

Td 9 28 kelso 1357   interpreter Building on the success of its inaugural Deaf Community planting in 2014, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation is hosting 10 Deaf Community Plantings in nine communities nationwide. TD will provide American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters at...

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More sites to come!

June 10

We have so many communities interested in TD Tree Days that we are still in the process of finalizing details for a few events. Please come back soon to see what new sites we've added. If you don't see a planting in your community, please email us...

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What people are saying about TD Tree Days 2014

October 01

We've asked volunteers to share feedback about their experience. Below are a few of our favourite quotes: "Overall we had a great experience. I think being in nature with family/friends/co-workers, showing my little girls to promote an...

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Guest Blog Post: City of Waterloo

September 08

The environment and how we care for it, is one of six strategic pillars for the City of Waterloo. We are leaders in the protection of our natural resources because of important environmental initiatives and partnerships such as TD Tree Days....

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Guest Blog Post: The City of Surrey

September 08

Greening Royal Heights Park The City of Surrey is committed to growing and maintaining our urban forest – which is vital to maintaining a healthy environment. The natural area in Royal Heights Park is a mixed deciduous and coniferous forest,...

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Guest Blog Post: Lake Laurentian Conservation Area

September 08

Lake Laurentian Conservation Area, Greater Sudbury’s Community Jewel, is home to some of Sudbury’s best hiking trails. It is a place where children come with their schools to learn about nature and all the different plants, trees and animals that...

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Guest Blog Post- Raisin Region Conservation Authority

September 08

Picture this: You are walking down a small street in your hometown on a hot, summer day. During your stroll, you feel the sudden refreshing coolness brought from walking through the shadow of a large maple tree. You take a moment to stop and...

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Guest Blog Post- Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority

September 03

Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority (GRCA) is dedicated to the conservation, restoration, development and management of natural resources on a watershed basis, while providing enjoyment for the public. We work together with the community to...

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Guest Post: Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority

September 03

Help Trees, Help You! Planting trees isn’t just doing something good for the environment; it is doing something good for your community, and for yourself. Trees provide a host of essential watershed services, from water filtration, to erosion...

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Guest Blog Post: Earth Day Hamilton

August 29

Here in the Hamilton region, we refer to 2014 as the year of the tree. The region suffered a terrible loss of our urban trees in the wind storm of July 2013, and then the ice storm of December 2013. Thanks to the generosity of supporters like TD...

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Guest Blog Post: The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH)

August 29

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is the oldest and largest nonprofit, non-government fish and wildlife conservation organization in Canada. In 2006, the OFAH lead the development of a multi-organization partnership – the Lake...

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Guest Blog Post- Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA)

August 29

Blog Guest Blog Post: Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority How can you say no to a tree? Trees are an important part of every community and provide value in a number of ways. In the Lake Simcoe watershed they help us address some of our biggest...

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Guest Blog post: Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority

August 22

Central Lake Ontario Conservation (CLOCA) has had the pleasure of supporting TD Tree Days since the program was founded in 2010. We know that trees clean our air and water, prevent erosion, reduce flooding and provide important habitat for...

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More trees, please. Six in ten Canadians want more trees planted in community green spaces

August 20

There's no question Canadians value trees. According to recent research from TD Friends of the Environment Foundation (TD FEF), 96% of Canadians feel it is important to plant trees today in order to sustain a healthy environment and improve the...

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What better way to earn Community Service Hours!?

July 25

Volunteering at TD Tree Days is a great way to give back to the community. It’s also a great way for high school students to earn two hours of community service work! Participating students can ask their TD Site Leader for a certificate that they...

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More sites to come!

June 03

We have so many communities interested in TD Tree Days that we are still in the process of finalizing details for a few events. Please come back soon to see what new sites we've added. If you don't see a planting in your community, please email us...

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TD Tree Days Turns Five

June 03

 mg 5225 It's hard to believe that TD Tree Days is celebrating its 5th anniversary! With over 135,000 trees planted, we have so much to be proud of! As we embark on our fifth year, we thought we'd take a short walk down memory lane to reflect on how far...

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