Register for Forests Ontario’s 2017 Conference
Forests Ontario’s Annual Conference is an opportunity for forestry professionals, educators, landowners, students, community leaders, and anyone with an interest in our forests to connect and address the challenges and opportunities facing our natural ecosystems. On February 10th, we’re returning to the Nottawasaga Inn and Conference Center in Alliston Ontario for our 2017 Conference, which... Read More
Grow their future forest
Text to give and support Forests Ontario this holiday season!
While most people know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday is lesser known. “We have two days that are good for the economy. Now we have a day that is good for the community too.” – Giving Tuesday Canada. As we head into the holiday season, we’re asking you to consider making a donation to... Read More
Pick up your real Christmas tree at the Toronto Christmas Market!
December 2nd–4th, 2016
This year, to celebrate National Christmas Tree Day Weekend, we will be selling real Ontario-grown Christmas trees and wreaths at the Toronto Christmas Market. Bring your family down to the Distillery District to pick up your tree – when you buy a tree from us, will plant more!
Available from December 2nd to December 4th, 2016, we will be set up next to the large ticket sales tent at 60 Trinity Street in the massive parking lot north of the market. With every tree purchase, receive 1 complimentary ticket for the Toronto Christmas Market.
- Distillery District, Toronto
Forests Ontario and Del Ridge Homes Continue Partnership to Restore Canada’s Forests
This Saturday, Forests Ontario, GreenLife Del Ridge Homes, the City of Markham, and 45 volunteers from the community came together at Milne Dam Conservation Park to plant 1800 trees. We were honoured to be joined by Mayor Frank Scarpitti of Markham who thanked everyone for the day’s efforts. The planting brought a close to a... Read More
Apply Now to Begin Planting Trees Next Spring
50 Million Tree Program offers site visits to landowners
Beat the spring rush and organize a site visit today. Planting trees is a simple solution to help combat climate change. Landowners with a minimum of 2.5 acres (one hectare) of plantable land may be eligible for a generous tree planting incentive program delivered by Forests Ontario. This program is for large-scale plantings. “Make a... Read More