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Humber Arboretum Strategic Plan 2019-2024

Welcome! Join us in transforming the Humber Arboretum by creating our new vision and 5-year plan together! Scroll down this page to learn how you can take part and contribute your ideas.  

Stage One - Fall 2018

Gathering Fuel

 

Stage Two - Winter 2018/19

Transformation Underway 

Stage Three - Spring 2019

The Launch

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Stage One - Gathering Fuel 

During the fall of 2018, share your ideas and opinions about the activities that take place at the Humber Arboretum and tell us what you'd like us to do in the future. Take part in focus groups and take our online survey.

Background Reading 

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Scroll down to learn how you can get involved during Stage One.

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Monarchs spend about two weeks as a caterpillar, just eating and growing. Image courtesy the City of Toronto

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Online Survey - OPEN

The online survey is open to all. Whatever your relationship to the Arboretum, use the survey to contribute your thoughts to the strategic planning process. The survey will be available until November 20th.

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Focus Groups

On Wednesday November 14th and Thursday November 15th, 90 minute in-person focus groups took place inside the Centre for Urban Ecology, with virtual focus groups in the evenings. Thank you to everyone who participated and shared their ideas and visions for the Arboretum. Stay tuned for news on the outcome of these discussions.

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Stage Two - Transformation Underway

During the winter of 2018/19, our Strategic Planning Steering Committee will read through the ideas and responses and come up with our top priorities. 

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The monarch spends 8-10 days inside its chrysalis, breaking down and rebuilding its own body. Image courtesy the City of Toronto.

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Stage Three - The Launch

In the spring of 2019, watch for the Humber Arboretum to announce the results of the strategic planning process and begin taking specific actions to meet the defined goals. Watch for new ways to get involved at the Arboretum and to contribute to the priorities that you helped envision.

A monarch butterfly feeds on aster

As an adult, monarch butterflies feed on - and help pollinate - a wide variety of plants, such as aster.