Tree Planting and Clean-up near and around the Milton Sports Centre

Volunteers will meet at the Milton Sports Centre at 10:00 a.m.  The target area includes the nearby stormwater management ponds, community park and naturalized areas. Some volunteers will plant trees, but the majority will help clean-up around the ponds and the community park. If volunteers have a shovel or a spade they can bring, that would be great but, if not, tools, gloves and garbage bags will be provided. Please join us in beautifying this part of Milton!

How to Register:

Please review the events below. If you would like to volunteer for one or more, please send an email to events@sustainablemilton.ca. In your email, please indicate:

  • your full name
  • telephone number
  • specify the date(s) of the event(s) you would like to register for
  • if you are under age 18
  • if you are student and wish to receive student volunteer hours
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