Toronto's downtown and midtown neighbourhoods are seeing steady population growth, often without a corresponding increase in public space like parks. Laneways are ubiquitous in these neighbourhoods, and while they are normally utilitarian in nature they have the potential to be transformed into linear corridors of green space. 

The Laneway Project is working with the Harbord Village Residents' Association and the David Suzuki Foundation to green Croft Street, using hardy vegetation and space-efficient greening measures like vines and planters. 

As part of 100 in 1 Day, we’re having a Croft Street planting day from 10am-2pm on June 4 between Ulster and College. Come and check it out!

Partners: The David Suzuki Foundation and the Harbord Village Residents' Association

Funding: Supported by the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation