2019 Exhibitors

Toronto Parks and Trees FoundationToronto Parks and Trees Foundation works in partnership with the City of Toronto, community groups, neighbourhoods, individuals, and the business community to reimagine local parks and improve the health of Toronto’s urban trees by supporting planting and stewardship efforts.
Live Green Toronto and PollinateTOLearn about programs, grants, incentives, and resources to accelerate the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Live Green Toronto is offering free pollinator-friendly plant kits to help expand pollinator habitat in Toronto.
LEAF (Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests) LEAF is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the urban forest. We offer programs that help you plant, care and give.
LEAF will provide free native shrubs at their booth until supplies run out.  
Eagle Spirits of the Great WatersIndigenous Arts & Cultures
Bruce Tree Expert Co Bring your questions to "Ask an Arborist". Three qualified and experienced arborists will be on hand to answer questions about trees, tree care & the urban forest. There will also be an Instagram draw for a Free Tree.
CCFEW (Citizens Concerned about the Future of the Etobicoke Waterfront)Founded in 1989, this NFP seeks to promote a healthy waterfront environment through preservation, rehabilitation and education and to maximize parkland through the preservation of existing parkland on Etobicoke's waterfront, and the acquisition of additional waterfront lands for park purposes.
FOSS (Friends of Sam Smith Park)A community group of local residents and park users dedicated to protecting, enhancing and promoting the naturalized areas of Colonel Samuel Smith Park
FOMAC (Friends of Marie Curtis)FOMAC was established in 2017 with the mission to protect the natural character of Marie Curtis Park. Together with TRCA they will be leading Nature Walks at Tree Fest
LAMP Community Health CentreLAMP supports a wide-range of community programs, health care services, and advocacy initiatives that promote the physical, emotional, mental, ethno-cultural, social and economic well-being of our communities.
Toronto Dog Park Community Our mission is to advocate for off-leash strategies and improvements that optimize park experiences for people with and without dogs.
Long Branch Neighbourhood AssociationIncorporated in 2017, the Mission of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association (LBNA) is to protect, celebrate and enhance the neighbourhood of the Village of Long Branch:
Long Branch 135Celebrating the 135th anniversary of the founding of Long Branch.
Long Branch Neighbourwoods Tree InventoryMulti-year collaboration with U of T to count every tree in Long Branch and to monitor the tree canopy in our neighbourhood.
Long Branch Heritage Trees Our neighbourhood has a rich history and many 100 plus year old trees that we would like protected under the Forests Ontario Heritage designation not only for the residents who live here today but for the enjoyment of many generations to follow.
Long Branch RemembersLong Branch Remembers is a tree dedication project to plant 100 native trees in honour of our Veterans of Long Branch and expand the biodiversity of the Long Branch Tree Canopy.
Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre
HTO to GoThe City of Toronto has two HTO To Go water trailers that provide tap water, free-of-charge, to public events. PET FRIENDLY. Also an information booth featuring Toronto Water programs and services
LEGS (Lakeshore Environmental Gardening Society)LEGS is a community group dedicated to green spaces, green thumbs, fresh ideas, and healthy environments.
LEGS will be holding a plant exchange all day at their booth
Long Branch Public LibraryOur local branch of the Toronto Public Library and home to Long Branch archives. The Long Branch Library will be reading children’s stories at 1:30 at 3:00.
MetrolinxMetrolinx operates the GO transit system in the GTA.
CPLC Community Police Liaison CommitteeCPLC oversees police activity in south Etobicoke.
Councillor Mark GrimesMark Grimes is the City Councillor for Ward 3. Members of his staff will be available.
James Maloney, MPJames Maloney is the MP for the riding of Etobicoke Lakeshore.
Christine Hogarth, MPPChristine Hogarth is the MPP for the riding of Etobicoke Lakeshore.
Toronto Pearson AirportPearson Airport is one of the sponsors of the Long Branch Tree Fest.
City of Toronto Urban ForestryUrban Forestry is responsible for maintaining the City's trees and tree canopy. As well, they have programs to increase planting of trees.
Etobicoke Master GardenersEstablished in 1985, Master Gardeners of Ontario Inc. (MGOI) is an independent non-profit organization, run by volunteers, dedicated to providing accurate and relevant horticultural information to the public. The Master Gardener program in Ontario was started by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture,
Etobicoke Historical SocietyEtobicoke Historical Society has grown to become the leading organization dedicated to the preservation of Etobicoke's heritage assets and community education.
The Small Arms Society Our vision is to reinvent the Small Arms Inspection Building as a multidisciplinary creative hub. With a lot of hard work and support, we were able to do just that.
The Heart & Stroke Foundation
Mimico LascrosseLacrosse - not hockey - is Canada's national sport.

Mimico Minor Lacrosse continues to enjoy much success, as one of the largest associations in Ontario with a house league box program and two rep box teams at each age division.
Green Neighbours NetworkGreen Neighbours Network will be offering an activity to attendees, called “Climate Crafts for Climate Action”. It involves providing cardboard and non-toxic paint for people to decorate signs or for kids to decorate wearable butterfly wings. Participants will be encouraged to use their signs at Toronto events happening during the global week of climate action from Sept 20-27
Lake Drum Circle group. Traditional Drum Circle. We invite you to join in.
Green Neighbours NetworkGreen Neighbours Network of Toronto (GNN) is a network of independent community groups working together with a common goal: to help make Toronto a city of greener, more vibrant neighbourhoods and a leader in the worldwide urban movement against climate change.