This past Saturday, Neighbourwoods and the Canadian Tree Fund hosted Tour the Trees; an event that put our town’s natural history in the spotlight. Our 30 cyclists toured around Fergus and Elora to listen to the stories behind nine magnificent trees – and one rock. This tour took us from the Sugar Maples planted in […]
Work around urban forest, trees and the Neighbourwoods initiatives
This year Centre Wellington is proud to host Tour the Trees on Saturday, July 14th from 10am-12pm. Our group of riders will be making ten stops throughout Fergus and Elora to learn more about the historic foundation and beauty on which our community thrives. Registration is $25 per rider and helmets are required. To register […]
Once again a team of volunteers together with our summer students will be working in the field collecting data from the trees in Elora and Fergus. Again this year we will be re-visiting street blocks we inspected in 2010, as well as tackling fresh blocks. Not only do we gather data about our trees – […]
Please join us for our Winter Tree Talk with Maria Legault, Communications Coordinator with Ontario’s Back to Nature Network.
Come and be inspired with reflections and tools to build your network around a shared purpose with nature at its core. Thursday February 9, 2017, 7:30 – 9 pm at Elora Centre for the Arts.
NeighbourWoods Upcoming Tree Talk: An Ounce of Prevention: Small Steps To Stop The Next BIG Invasive Species Date: Thursday November 3, 2016 Time: 7:30 – 9 pm Location: Elora Centre for the Arts (75 Melville St. Elora) in the Harris Room Cost: $5 or free for members Please join as out first Tree Talk of […]
This summer, NeighbourWoods volunteers armed with a trailer full of mulch, stewarded 200 trees growing in 10 locations in Centre Wellington. Many thanks to Ted Ecclestone, our driver and mulch man, and volunteers, Larry Dean, Max MacRae, Bryan Hayter, Julia Hanson, Josh Taylor and our two hard-working summer students Joe Atkinson and Jenessa Lowndes.