Planting Has Begun At The Boys & Girls Club

On October 16, 2020, Canopy Project Kawartha Lakes put its first trees in the ground!  13 trees were planted at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Kawartha Lakes property at 107 Lindsay Street South.  A group of CPKL volunteers and BGCKL staff were supported by John Bush, Co-President of Environmental Action Bobcaygeon and Fleming College.  Topsoil was donated by Emerald Green Property Services and mulch by Fleming. Each of the trees is dedicated to an individual in our community.  The native trees that were planted include Autumn Blaze Maple, Ornamental Pear, Bur Oak, White Spruce and Serbian Spruce.  The species…

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The Boys And Girls Clubs Kawartha Lakes

CPKL has chosen the Boys and Girls Clubs of Kawartha Lakes (BGCKL) as its first project. The group will improve the diversity and coverage of the urban canopy on the 7 acre site on Lindsay Street South, which is a hub for families, fully accessible to the public, and connected to city trails. BGCKL has a site plan which denotes the species and placement of trees on its 7 acre property. With the insight of Fleming Urban Forestry Technician program, the designated species have been diversified in order to support more native species and to encourage biodiversity. Public and club…

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Welcome to the CPKL Website

Our new website will help us get you the information you need as well as help us get the word out that we are here. Hopefully we can gain some interest in putting some trees in the ground enhancing the urban canopy in our community. We also aim to develop some great new relationships with other organizations, local businesses and the great residents of The City Of Kawartha Lakes. We are taking donations now if you would like to help with our fundraising efforts, our biggest task.

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