Sixteen Mile Creek (Drumquin Park)

September 23, 2017, 9:00AM - 12:00PM

Sixteen Mile Creek (Drumquin Park)

Directions to site

Trafalgar Rd, Britannia Rd, Milton, ON L9E 0Z1, CA

Please park at the Redhill Church located at 6150 Trafalgar Road. Parking is limited to 50 cars so we encourage carpooling.

Overflow parking can be found at Drumquin Park at 185 Britannia Road, Milton. Carpooling can be based from there to the planting site.

450 trees/shrubs planted


TD Employee Spots Available: -8 / 40
Community Spots Available: -7 / 65


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May 27

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August 29

We'd love to share some important information with our volunteers to help them prepare for the planting. If you haven't registered yet, sign-up here: Getting ready for your Tree Days event: Our events...

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Bring your energy and I will bring the snacks

September 22, Sixteen Mile Creek (Drumquin Park)

Just one last reminder to bring a refillable water bottle with you tomorrow. I will have a refill station set up as needed. I was also out in the orchard today on my lunch picking a nice healthy snack for tomorrow. Can't wait to see you all...

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Student Volunteer Hours

September 21, Sixteen Mile Creek (Drumquin Park)

Hello TD Tree Day Volunteers, I am writing tonight to remind you that if you have a student attending the Milton planting event and they are looking to add to their volunteer hours, that they need to bring their volunteer form from their school to...

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September 18, Sixteen Mile Creek (Drumquin Park)

Thank you for registering for this event! Please note the event will take place rain or sunshine. We recommend that you arrive a few minutes earlier than the specified time in order to complete registration and receive your TD Tree Days t-shirt....

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104 participants

375 Trees
(Pin Cherry, Red Maple, Bitternut Hickory, Shagbark Hickory, Ironwood, White Pine, Balsam Poplar, Large Tooth Aspen, Black Cherry, Bur Oak , Red Oak, White Cedar, Basswood, Silver Maple, Yellow Birch, White Oak)
105 Shrubs
(Speckled Alder, Purple Flowering Raspberry, Red Osier Dogwood, American Highbush Cranberry , Winterberry, Common Black Elderberry, Bebbs Willow, Staghorn Sumac, Buttonbush)

= 10 Trees = 10 Shrubs