Community Tree Planting Body Content The Parks Maintenance & Operations section provides several community tree planting events throughout the year. School-Oriented EventsAnnual Earth DayEach year the City offers a community tree planting in honour of Earth Day. Check out the City of Brampton Events Calendar for details. National Tree DayThe National Tree Day Planting Event occurs during the third Wednesday in September. This is an event for Brampton elementary schools geared towards students in Grades 4 and 5. Event activities and lessons include tree planting, information about pollinators, instructions on tree monitoring, and the benefits of trees. The event can accommodate up to 100 students. Cost: Free of charge (includes free bussing) Time: 3-4 hours Location: Various Brampton parks For more information about the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Community-Oriented EventsAnnual Scouts/Guides Tree PlantingIn partnership with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Brampton Parks hosts an annual Scouts/Guides tree planting event at Valleybrook Park. Brampton Parks and the Scouts have been hosting this event for over 25 years. Brampton residents are welcome to participate in the event, which occurs on the first Saturday in May and includes a free BBQ. To register or find out more information about the event, email email@example.com.Earth Day Community Tree PlantingEach year the City offers a community tree planting in honour of Earth Day. Check out the City of Brampton Events Calendar for details.Community Parks DayThe Community Parks Day event is scheduled for September 14, 2019 at Allan Kerbel Park from 10am to 1pm, and will include tree planting, information booths, kid’s activities and crafts, and a free bbq.