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Harbord Village Residents Association

For over 30 years, the Harbord Village Residents Association has worked to strengthen
and preserve the character and quality of life of the neighbourhood. Approved in 2016 by the City of Toronto, HVRA produced a Green Plan to improve our public green space and address environmental and climate concerns. By engaging in a series of ongoing local-level neighbourhood greening interventions, volunteers launched Croft Greening, as a means to green our laneways and another group of volunteers launched

Parks we work in:

  • Croft Lane, Alan Powell Lane, pinch points on corners
  • Fall Fair in Margaret Fairley Park

Things we do:

  • adopt-a-tree program
  • advocacy
  • cleanups
  • environmental education
  • environmental restoration
  • farmer's market
  • gardening
  • heritage conservation/education
  • mural(s)
  • picnics/bbqs
  • playground
  • pumpkin parades
  • stewardship
  • tree inventory
  • tree planting

We're looking for volunteers in these areas:

  • Occasional volunteers

Where you can find us

  • 98 Croft Street, Toronto, ON, Canada