The City of Mississauga is recognizing National Forest Week with several events including a tree-planting event in Malton.
Environment | September 10, 2019
The City of Mississauga is recognizing National Forest Week (September 22 to 28) with several events including a tree-planting event in Malton to kick off the week on Saturday, September 21. The City will be supporting our urban forest and providing educational opportunities. Activities taking place during National Forest Week include tree plantings, guided walking tours, workshops, interactive display booths and stewardship activities.
What: National Forest Week Kick-off Event in Mississauga:
Saturday, September 21, 2019
9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Members of Council
Parks, Forestry and Environment staff
7320 Darcel Ave.
To register for this event, visit: ow.ly/PbSy50vvqKn
This year, the City was the recipient of the TD Green Space Grant for $25,000 from TD Bank Group (TD) and the Arbor Day Foundation. From this grant, the City will be supporting urban forestry and providing educational opportunities in the Malton community. For more information about National Forest Week and other events, visit onemilliontrees.ca.
National Forest Week runs from September 22 to 28 across Canada. It is a dedicated week where Canadian’s can learn more about trees and raise awareness about the value forests play within our economy, culture, traditions, history and future.
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200 ext. 5334