Forests Ontario

Planting Events

    • Ottawa Valley Farm Show

      March 14 to March 16

      The Ottawa Valley Farm show is the largest farm show in Eastern Ontario and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Come out to learn about all things farming and how you can incorporate tree planting on your property. Forests Ontario is pleased to be exhibiting so come stop by our booth to speak to our Field Advisors and learn how you can add a windbreak to your property or add function and value to your marginal land by planting trees. We hope to see you there!

      Location
      EY Center, 4899 Uplands Drive, Ottawa
      Link
      ottawafarmshow.com
    • Ottawa Valley Farm Show

      March 14 to March 16

      The Ottawa Valley Farm show is the largest farm show in Eastern Ontario and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Come out to learn about all things farming and how you can incorporate tree planting on your property. Forests Ontario is pleased to be exhibiting so come stop by our booth to speak to our Field Advisors and learn how you can add a windbreak to your property or add function and value to your marginal land by planting trees. We hope to see you there!

      Location
      EY Center, 4899 Uplands Drive, Ottawa
      Link
      ottawafarmshow.com
    • Ottawa Valley Farm Show

      March 14 to March 16

      The Ottawa Valley Farm show is the largest farm show in Eastern Ontario and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Come out to learn about all things farming and how you can incorporate tree planting on your property. Forests Ontario is pleased to be exhibiting so come stop by our booth to speak to our Field Advisors and learn how you can add a windbreak to your property or add function and value to your marginal land by planting trees. We hope to see you there!

      Location
      EY Center, 4899 Uplands Drive, Ottawa
      Link
      ottawafarmshow.com
    • Ajax Community Plant

      April 22

      The community that plants together, grows together! Our Community Tree Plant brings together families, community members and volunteers to take part in a half-day tree planting activity, promoting local engagement and environmental awareness.

      This family-friendly event offers participants the chance to directly support their community in a local reforestation project and learn about the benefits of trees, shade and green urban spaces.

      Along with the Town of Ajax and Honda Canada, we will be planting 1,600 native trees and plants. Town of Ajax will provide the trees, shovels, gloves & snacks! Help increase trees in Ajax- high school students can even receive volunteer hours!

      Pre-registration is appreciated.

      Location
      Miles Park
      Link
      www.ajax.ca
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      416-646-1193
    • Town of Pelham Community Plant

      April 28

      Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Ontario Wood, and the Town of Pelham, on April 28th for a Community Planting Event. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


      What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

      What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

      Parking: Parking will be available at the address.

      Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

      Location
      Woodstream Park
      Link
      ctp17pelham.eventbrite.ca
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      416-646-1193
    • Community Tree Plant - Windsor

      May 6

      Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, Ontario WoodCity of Windsor and the Essex Region Conservation Authority on Saturday, May 6th for the 9th annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


       

      What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

      What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

      Parking: Parking is available across from 1292 Tranby Avenue.

      Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

      Location
      Tranby Park 1292 Tranby Ave. Windsor, ON
      Link
      ctp17windsor.eventbrite.com
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      416-646-1193
    • Community Tree Plant - Cambridge

      May 6

      Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Grand River Conservation Authority, and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation on Saturday, May 6th for the 9th Annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


       

      What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, please dress for the weather and bring lots of energy!

      What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

      Parking:  Limited parking will be available at entrance off Snyders Flats Road.

      Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

      Location
      Dumfries Conservation Area Dunbar Road Cambridge, ON N3H 4W6
      Link
      ctp17cambridge.eventbrite.com
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      416-646-1193
    • Community Tree Plant - York

      May 6

      Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Ontario Wood, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, and the Regional Municipality of York on Saturday, May 6th for the 9th Annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve our water, provide wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


      What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, please dress for the weather, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

      What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

      Parking: Limited parking will be available at the Mt. Albert Water Treatment Plant. Please do not block the roadway.

      Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

      Can’t attend but interested in how to plant trees at home? Visit www.york.ca/treeplanting to find out how.

      Location
      Mt. Albert Water Pollution Control Plant 5866 Doane Road Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0
      Link
      ctp17york.eventbrite.com
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      416-646-1193
    • Community Tree Plant - Niagara

      May 6

      Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Ontario Wood, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, and Niagara Parks Commission, on May 6th for the 9th Annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


      What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

      What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

      Parking: Parking will be available at the address and the planting site is located across the street.

      Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

       

      Location
      7805 Niagara Parkway Niagara Falls, ON L2G 0A2
      Link
      ctp17niagara.eventbrite.com
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      416-646-1193
    • Tree Marking Program

      May 29 to June 2

      May 29 – June 2, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry, covering implementation of the partial cut forest management systems used in Ontario. Those who pass the course can become Certified Tree Markers, and is mandatory for all tree markers working on Crown land in Ontario. The course is also valuable for those who wish to become independent tree markers, or increase their awareness of forest ecology. The training consists of four days of classroom lectures (combined with field visits and exercises), followed by one optional day of written and field examinations for those wishing to pursue certification. Topics include: stand analysis, tree evaluation and classification, habitat values and biodiversity consideration, implementing forest management prescriptions and marking crew organization.

      Location: Huntsville, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Huntsville, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1-416-646-1196 x.235
    • Tree Marking Program

      May 29 to June 2

      May 29 – June 2, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry, covering implementation of the partial cut forest management systems used in Ontario. Those who pass the course can become Certified Tree Markers, and is mandatory for all tree markers working on Crown land in Ontario. The course is also valuable for those who wish to become independent tree markers, or increase their awareness of forest ecology. The training consists of four days of classroom lectures (combined with field visits and exercises), followed by one optional day of written and field examinations for those wishing to pursue certification. Topics include: stand analysis, tree evaluation and classification, habitat values and biodiversity consideration, implementing forest management prescriptions and marking crew organization.

      Location: Huntsville, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Huntsville, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1-416-646-1196 x.235
    • Tree Marking Program

      May 29 to June 2

      May 29 – June 2, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry, covering implementation of the partial cut forest management systems used in Ontario. Those who pass the course can become Certified Tree Markers, and is mandatory for all tree markers working on Crown land in Ontario. The course is also valuable for those who wish to become independent tree markers, or increase their awareness of forest ecology. The training consists of four days of classroom lectures (combined with field visits and exercises), followed by one optional day of written and field examinations for those wishing to pursue certification. Topics include: stand analysis, tree evaluation and classification, habitat values and biodiversity consideration, implementing forest management prescriptions and marking crew organization.

      Location: Huntsville, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Huntsville, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1-416-646-1196 x.235
    • Tree Marking Program

      May 29 to June 2

      May 29 – June 2, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry, covering implementation of the partial cut forest management systems used in Ontario. Those who pass the course can become Certified Tree Markers, and is mandatory for all tree markers working on Crown land in Ontario. The course is also valuable for those who wish to become independent tree markers, or increase their awareness of forest ecology. The training consists of four days of classroom lectures (combined with field visits and exercises), followed by one optional day of written and field examinations for those wishing to pursue certification. Topics include: stand analysis, tree evaluation and classification, habitat values and biodiversity consideration, implementing forest management prescriptions and marking crew organization.

      Location: Huntsville, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Huntsville, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1-416-646-1196 x.235
    • Tree Marking Program

      May 29 to June 2

      May 29 – June 2, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry, covering implementation of the partial cut forest management systems used in Ontario. Those who pass the course can become Certified Tree Markers, and is mandatory for all tree markers working on Crown land in Ontario. The course is also valuable for those who wish to become independent tree markers, or increase their awareness of forest ecology. The training consists of four days of classroom lectures (combined with field visits and exercises), followed by one optional day of written and field examinations for those wishing to pursue certification. Topics include: stand analysis, tree evaluation and classification, habitat values and biodiversity consideration, implementing forest management prescriptions and marking crew organization.

      Location: Huntsville, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Huntsville, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1-416-646-1196 x.235
    • Tree Marking Program

      June 6 to June 8

      June 6 – 8, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry under agreement with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and provides training to allow a successful graduate to work as a tree marking crew boss or tree marking auditor. The training consists of two days of classroom lectures in combination with field visits and exercises, followed by a half day of written and field examinations. Topics include: contract management, quality assurance, wildlife values considered when auditing, and audit field procedures.

      Location: Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1.416.646.1193 x. 235
    • Tree Marking Program

      June 6 to June 8

      June 6 – 8, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry under agreement with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and provides training to allow a successful graduate to work as a tree marking crew boss or tree marking auditor. The training consists of two days of classroom lectures in combination with field visits and exercises, followed by a half day of written and field examinations. Topics include: contract management, quality assurance, wildlife values considered when auditing, and audit field procedures.

      Location: Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1.416.646.1193 x. 235
    • Tree Marking Program

      June 6 to June 8

      June 6 – 8, 2017.

      Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry under agreement with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and provides training to allow a successful graduate to work as a tree marking crew boss or tree marking auditor. The training consists of two days of classroom lectures in combination with field visits and exercises, followed by a half day of written and field examinations. Topics include: contract management, quality assurance, wildlife values considered when auditing, and audit field procedures.

      Location: Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, ON

      Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
      Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

      Location
      Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, Ontario
      Email
      info@forestsontario.ca
      Phone
      1.416.646.1193 x. 235
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Tree Marking Program

June 6th–8th, 2017

June 6 – 8, 2017.

Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry under agreement with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and provides training to allow a successful graduate to work as a tree marking crew boss or tree marking auditor. The training consists of two days of classroom lectures in combination with field visits and exercises, followed by a half day of written and field examinations. Topics include: contract management, quality assurance, wildlife values considered when auditing, and audit field procedures.

Location: Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, ON

Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

Location
Canadian Ecology Centre, Mattawa, Ontario
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
1.416.646.1193 x. 235

Tree Marking Program

May 29th to June 2nd, 2017

May 29 – June 2, 2017.

Course delivery is a collaborative effort of Forests Ontario and the Canadian Institute of Forestry, covering implementation of the partial cut forest management systems used in Ontario. Those who pass the course can become Certified Tree Markers, and is mandatory for all tree markers working on Crown land in Ontario. The course is also valuable for those who wish to become independent tree markers, or increase their awareness of forest ecology. The training consists of four days of classroom lectures (combined with field visits and exercises), followed by one optional day of written and field examinations for those wishing to pursue certification. Topics include: stand analysis, tree evaluation and classification, habitat values and biodiversity consideration, implementing forest management prescriptions and marking crew organization.

Location: Huntsville, ON

Info regarding course content: info@forestsontario.ca or 1-416-646-1193 x 235
Info regarding registration or payment: admin@cif-iofc.org or 1-705-744-1715 x 609

Location
Huntsville, Ontario
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
1-416-646-1196 x.235

Ajax Community Plant

April 22nd, 2017

The community that plants together, grows together! Our Community Tree Plant brings together families, community members and volunteers to take part in a half-day tree planting activity, promoting local engagement and environmental awareness.

This family-friendly event offers participants the chance to directly support their community in a local reforestation project and learn about the benefits of trees, shade and green urban spaces.

Along with the Town of Ajax and Honda Canada, we will be planting 1,600 native trees and plants. Town of Ajax will provide the trees, shovels, gloves & snacks! Help increase trees in Ajax- high school students can even receive volunteer hours!

Pre-registration is appreciated.

Location
Miles Park
Link
www.ajax.ca
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
416-646-1193

Town of Pelham Community Plant

April 28th, 2017

Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Ontario Wood, and the Town of Pelham, on April 28th for a Community Planting Event. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

Parking: Parking will be available at the address.

Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

Location
Woodstream Park
Link
ctp17pelham.eventbrite.ca
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
416-646-1193

Community Tree Plant – Windsor

May 6th, 2017

Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, Ontario WoodCity of Windsor and the Essex Region Conservation Authority on Saturday, May 6th for the 9th annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


 

What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

Parking: Parking is available across from 1292 Tranby Avenue.

Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

Location
Tranby Park 1292 Tranby Ave. Windsor, ON
Link
ctp17windsor.eventbrite.com
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
416-646-1193

Community Tree Plant – Cambridge

May 6th, 2017

Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Grand River Conservation Authority, and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation on Saturday, May 6th for the 9th Annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


 

What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, please dress for the weather and bring lots of energy!

What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

Parking:  Limited parking will be available at entrance off Snyders Flats Road.

Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

Location
Dumfries Conservation Area Dunbar Road Cambridge, ON N3H 4W6
Link
ctp17cambridge.eventbrite.com
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
416-646-1193

Community Tree Plant – York

May 6th, 2017

Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Ontario Wood, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, and the Regional Municipality of York on Saturday, May 6th for the 9th Annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve our water, provide wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, please dress for the weather, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

Parking: Limited parking will be available at the Mt. Albert Water Treatment Plant. Please do not block the roadway.

Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

Can’t attend but interested in how to plant trees at home? Visit www.york.ca/treeplanting to find out how.

Location
Mt. Albert Water Pollution Control Plant 5866 Doane Road Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0
Link
ctp17york.eventbrite.com
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
416-646-1193

Community Tree Plant – Niagara

May 6th, 2017

Play a part in “greening” your local community by joining Forests Ontario, Ontario Wood, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, and Niagara Parks Commission, on May 6th for the 9th Annual Community Planting Weekend. This half-day planting event takes place in a public space and brings together families, friends and community members for a chance to contribute to a meaningful project that offers vast environmental benefits for all Ontarians! Participation helps build awareness around the importance of trees, which clean our air, improve water supplies, foster wildlife habitat, contribute to human health and provide a buffer against the effects of climate change.


What to Bring: To participate in this family-friendly event, bring a shovel, gardening gloves and lots of energy!

What We Will Bring: We will supply the rest – the trees, forestry specialists, mulch and snacks.

Parking: Parking will be available at the address and the planting site is located across the street.

Space is limited and pre-registration is appreciated.

 

Location
7805 Niagara Parkway Niagara Falls, ON L2G 0A2
Link
ctp17niagara.eventbrite.com
Email
info@forestsontario.ca
Phone
416-646-1193

Ottawa Valley Farm Show

March 14th–16th, 2017

The Ottawa Valley Farm show is the largest farm show in Eastern Ontario and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Come out to learn about all things farming and how you can incorporate tree planting on your property. Forests Ontario is pleased to be exhibiting so come stop by our booth to speak to our Field Advisors and learn how you can add a windbreak to your property or add function and value to your marginal land by planting trees. We hope to see you there!

Location
EY Center, 4899 Uplands Drive, Ottawa
Link
ottawafarmshow.com

Seedy Saturday

February 18th, 2017

Come visit Forests Ontario’s booth at Seedy Saturday in Picton from 10am-3pm to learn about seed collecting as well as our tree planting programs that could work for you.

Seedy Saturdays are fun events for anyone interested in buying seeds, attending workshops or taking part in the community seed exchange, all with the main goal of adding some green to your property.

Location
41 Baker st, Prince Edward Collegiate Institute, Picton, ON
Link
www.seeds.ca