• Grenville Park partners with Madeleine-de-Roybon Elementary

    Grenville Park partners with Madeleine-de-Roybon Elementary

    The  collaboration between Grenville Park and Madeleine-de-Roybon Elementary School is a wonderful example of how students, teachers, a principal, parents and residents in a community can work together to integrate sustainability not only in the domain of teaching and learning, but in community partnerships as well. You can support their ambitious goal of planting 3000 trees and shrubs by donating on GoFundMe.
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  • Everyone loves a Pocket Forest!

    Everyone loves a Pocket Forest!

    Like Ilia Underwing caterpillars to a White Oak, the people came to our booth at Skeleton Park Arts Fest, intrigued by our baby trees and our message of hope and action. In fact, so many people dropped by that it often took three or more of us to share the great work that Little Forests Kingston is doing.
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  • Mashkigwaatig


    The Mitigwaakiins at 1467 HWY 15 includes a lowland forest that is wet spring and fall. In the spring giziibwewed can be heard, and lots of bineshiinyag are seen in...
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  • Youth planting a tree

    Youth Climate Action Summit

    Youth want to take action to build a better planet together. We had the privilege of speaking to many of them at the Frontenac Arch Biosphere's recent Youth Climate Action Summit. In our talk,  It's All About Relationships: Little Forests and Local Action, we encouraged them to think about themselves as part of Nature with a central role in bringing forests back to their cities.
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  • Pocket little forests for urban yards

    Pocket little forests for urban yards

    Do you love trees and all the gifts they bring? We do! But trees, like people, prefer to live in communities. So instead of planting lonely trees in our yards, let's plant little forests! Together, let's invite magic back into our city. Let's plant little forests as poems, songs, love letters to the land.
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  • Relationships, Part Two

    Relationships, Part Two

    Students in Grade 9 Art classes at Kingston Secondary School use Indigenous art to strengthen their own connections to Trees and Forests. To all their relations. 



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  • Tree planting at one home in the Kingscourt neighbourhood

    Kingscourt Leads the Way!

    As part of LFK's goal to make Kingston a 'City in a Forest" by 2030, we worked with our partners including the City of Kingston, to help Kingscourt residents increase their tree canopy. We will use this neighbourhood by neighbourhood model to spread the word and the trees to our city!


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