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Rare Plants of the Endangered High Park Black Oak Savannah, A Volunteer Stewardship Program Guidebook.
A plant and habitat guide, history of High Park, account of volunteering experiences and catalog of stewardship resources all in one entertaining pocket-sized book. For more information about this Guidebook and where it can be purchased, please see this poster (pdf) or click here.
Backyard Tree Planting Program offers native trees and shrubs to homeowners at a subsidized cost. Services include:
To book a consultation or to order shrubs visit yourleaf.org or call 416.413.9244.
Perennials, shrubs and trees Click on a plant then view the signs.
The nursery is open to the public from 9am until 4pm. Join us in celebrating our 11th year of growing native trees and shrubs in beautiful Mulmur, Ontario. We are located 1.5 hours north of Toronto, 30 minutes south of Collingwood and 30 minutes west of Barrie. Not So Hollow Farm
Visit the City ravine page for additional downloads re:
Check the "native plant gardening & naturalization: how to's" link list at http://nativeplantgirl.blogspot.com
Tips, resources and native plant database.
Evergreen Garden Market Weekends at the Evergreen Brickworks
Visit Pollinator Gardens
http://www.nanps.org/ has information on gardening, Native Plant Catalogue and other useful information. Their native plant sale is in Markham on May 11, 2013. There is a related website The Scoop that has newsletters and other local information.
Society for Urban Land Care (SOUL) was formed in response to the growing need for ecologically responsible land care practices. Our mission is to promote and support organic practices in our communities through education, certification and standardization. http://www.organiclandcare.org/
Garden Jane Permaculture and Organic Gardening workshops http://www.gardenjane.com
There are programs offered at York, Ryerson and University of Toronto in Environmental studies.
The Humber Arboretum Centre for Urban Ecology offers courses in a LEED Gold certified facility.
Ontario Invasive Plants http://www.ontarioinvasiveplants.ca
Visit our online portal to orchid conservation and preservation. Our mission is to make individuals and communities aware of all the endangered and rare orchid species around the world and within their surrounding ecosystems; then connect them with the resources they need to help protect these unique flowers. Find out about ways to take action through volunteering, donating to causes or joining your local orchid society.