Subject: Help us celebrate our heritage and Canada’s 150th by nominating a Heritage Tree at U of T and Giving trees the best start in life!
A challenge goes out to FGSA, FFAA, Foresters’ Club… to be the first one to have a Heritage Tree recognized on the St. George Campus. More than one tree can be nominated and recognized.
On June 10th, Peter Wynnyczuk, OUFC and Emma Thurston, MFC Graduate & Education Manager, ReLEAF, are hosting an event in Cabbagetown. Peter will be teaching how to recognize a Heritage Tree and Emma will be talking about Healthy Roots.
Sven Gleiser, Project Officer, ReLEAF has just returned from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) where he gained valuable insight from the world’s leading conservation experts into why ensuring trees have the best start in life is the best way forward. For trees to thrive they need healthy fibrous roots; Air-Pot System.
After the morning session you are invited to stay for a tree tour in Cabbagetown featuring the Necropolis.
Seats have been saved for 30 UofT undergrads, MFC candidates, grads, alumni, students and friends. We need your help to fill them. Registration is required. Tickets are free.