Neighbourhood Network

Programs

Programs

Neighbourhood Network's volunteer programs are designed to meet specific community needs in our partnered municipalities.
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  • Event Date

    April 29, 2017
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About the Program

Neighbourhood Network coordinates a tree planting day every spring in the towns of Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, King Township, and Newmarket. This program is run to compliment National Volunteer Week and Earth Day initiatives, and to provide growing benefits for our communities.

What Are the Goals?

  • To re-establish native tree species and to enhance water quality in local streams and wetlands.
  • To offer a hands-on volunteer experience for students, families, and businesses.
  • To participate in nation-wide giving throughout April.

How Does the Program Work?

Neighbourhood Network works with the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority and our partnered municipalities to determine the planting locations and fundraise for the trees. Volunteers are then signed up to plant in their community.

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Spring Tree Planting Locations

We are now accepting volunteers for our 2017 Spring Tree Planting!

Aurora East Gwillimbury Georgina King Township Newmarket
Ivy Jay Crescent (Entrance at 255 Ivy Jay Cresc.) Mt. Albert Lion's Park (5057 Mt. Albert Sdrd.) Thornlodge Park (off Thornlodge Dr.) Pottageville Pavillion Park (4380 18th Sdrd.) Armstrong Family Park (FULL) & Emily Grove Park
Aurora
Ivy Jay Crescent (Entrance at 255 Ivy Jay Cresc.)
East Gwillimbury
Mt. Albert Lion's Park (5057 Mt. Albert Sdrd.)
Georgina
Thornlodge Park (off Thornlodge Dr.)
King Township
Pottageville Pavillion Park (4380 18th Sdrd.)
Newmarket
Armstrong Family Park (FULL) & Emily Grove Park