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Pollinator Habitat Community Planting

May 4 at 9:30 am to 1:00 pm


Join us as we plant native shrubs, trees and wildflowers to enhance pollinator habitat around a neighbourhood stormwater management pond near Hanlon Creek.

As part of our Bee City efforts the City of Guelph is partnering with Trees for Guelph to enhance pollinator habitat throughout Guelph

You will learn about green infrastructure and supporting pollinators in your neighbourhood. Register before April 30, 2019 to win native flowers to take home for your garden at

Register before April 30, 2019 to be entered to win a native flower kit to take home for your garden.

Participating high school students can earn credit towards their community involvement hours.

Trees for Guelph will also be offering their “Buckthorn Bounty Program” at this event. Buckthorn is an invasive shrub/tree that spreads rapidly blocking out light and overcrowding native species. If you have removed one of these plants from your property and you bring in the root system to Trees for Guelph at this event as proof that it’s been removed, they will provide you with an indigenous shrub or tree to take home to replace it.


Entrance to stormwater pond at intersection of Vaughan Street and Revell Drive (Adjacent to 59 Vaughan Street)


For more information

Partners / sponsors

TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
City of Guelph
Trees for Guelph


May 4
9:30 am to 1:00 pm
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Last Updated: December 18, 2018.

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