10,000 Trees For The Rouge Annual Spring Tree Planting
Sunday, April 28, 2019
10,000 Trees is an all-volunteer non-profit charitable organization dedicated to restoring natural wildlife habitat through the planting of native trees, flowers and shrubs. The plantings are designed to provide both food and shelter opportunities for wildlife.
10,000 Trees began planning for its first conservation effort in the Rouge River watershed in 1989. This year the organization 10,000 Trees is preparing for its 30th annual planting event. As one of Canada’s largest public tree‐planting events it attracts over 2,000 volunteers annually.
More information will be available in the future.