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Durham Region Landowners Growing Forests in Honour of Veterans

Highway of Heroes and Forests Ontario Plant Green Monument along Highway 401

More than 60 landowners in Durham Region have signed up to plant trees on their properties, adding to the green tribute along Highway 401 – Canada’s busiest highway. These plantings, done in honour of Canadian veterans, are made possible through a partnership with Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign (HOH) and Forests Ontario. The HOH/Forests Ontario... Read More

Frontenac County Forest Cover to Increase by More Than 100,000 Trees

Highway of Heroes and Forests Ontario Plant Green Monument along Highway 401

Landowners in the Frontenac County have had 117,750 trees planted this spring through a partnership with the Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign (HOH) and Forests Ontario. This new forest is added to the existing green tribute along Highway 401, Canada’s busiest highway. The HOH/Forests Ontario partnership offers reduced tree planting costs for eligible landowners living... Read More

Landowners Lining up to Plant Trees in Rideau Valley This Spring

Local Conservation Authority has commitments to plant more than 200,000 trees through Forests Ontario’s 50 Million Tree Program

Local landowners are planting plenty of young trees in the Rideau Valley region this spring, thanks to Forests Ontario’s 50 Million Tree Program (50 MTP), says the local conservation authority. “Landowners are already planning for the 2021 planting season,” said Scott Danford, Forestry Program Manager at the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA). “If you are thinking about... Read More

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Introducing EcoHealth Ontario: Environment, Public Health and Resilience to Climate Change

  April 1, 2015 – As people who care about both the forests and the trees, Forests Ontario members have an intuitive grasp on the link between vibrant ecosystems and well-being. Unfortunately, these links are not well-connected in many current programs and policies, which tend to separate public health from ecosystems and the environment. This... Read More