Taylorwood Valley TREE PLANTING
by Richard Hunt
Community members worked in the Taylorwood Valley on Saturday October 23rd, 2010, (10am to noon) to plant 50 native trees & 100 shrubs and install bird nesting boxes.
This was the second phase of a multi- year community naturalization project which aims to re-establish the woodland habitat in this important area of the Humber River watershed. In Phase One, 150 native trees and 350 native shrubs were planted (May 2010).
Their efforts are helping to improve the quality of water that enters the Humber River from this area and the quality of the air we breathe and in addition, provide habitat for local wildlife.
Co-sponsored by (2010-11-14)
Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA)
Town of Caledon
Bolton & District Horticultural Society (BDHS)