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Habitat restoration planting event at Sydenham River Nature Reserve – September dates

September 24 @ 8:00 am - September 25 @ 5:00 pm

Tree-planting at Sydenham River Nature Reserve

About this event

Join Ontario Nature’s expert biologists to learn about agricultural restoration at the Sydenham River Nature Reserve! Volunteers will assist in native tree and shrub planting.

You can join us for the morning, afternoon, or all day! We are planting up to 750 plants over two weekends to transform fields into what will one day grow to Carolinian forest habitat.

Please bring a refillable bottle, wear long pants and closed toe shoes and if possible try to bring your own gloves and trowels. Please bring your own lunch and Ontario Nature will provide snacks but please bring your own lunch. Portable washroom facilities will be on-site.

Questions? Contact Kayla at kaylas@ontarionature.org or at 1-800-440-2366 ext. 242.


Our Sydenham River Nature Reserve is located approximately 60km southwest of London in the Lake Erie Lowlands region. We will meet at the south entrance of Oil Springs Line, 1km east of Nauvoo Road. Please park on the shoulder of Oil Springs Line. The reserve is unmarked from the road but we will have temporary Ontario Nature signage to welcome you.

As per our updated Covid-19 Precautions, we do not require masks to be worn outside during our events but encourage them to be worn when physical distancing is difficult.


Sydenham River Nature Reserve
2740 Buttonwood Dr
Glencoe, Ontario Canada
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