August 15, 2014
Members of Landscape Ontario will once again have the opportunity to become involved in National Tree Day on Sept. 24.

National Tree Day celebrates one of our most important natural resources, providing many benefits including the ability to clean air and water, prevent soil erosion, provide food and shelter for animals, and create a natural noise barrier in our urban environment. Trees also reduce heating and cooling costs, provide learning environments for youth and communities, and beautify surroundings.

National Tree Day serves as a reminder to all Canadians to appreciate these great benefits.

LO members may register an activity with CNLA. There is even a tool kit, which contains a media guide, planting activity guide, press release template, school proposal template, teacher reference guide, allergy notice and logos.

Visit the official Tree Day website at