Thank you for a successful Fall 2018 tree planting season!

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Thank you Oakville for a great fall season of stewardship and tree planting and for playing a role in protecting the local environment through personal involvement!

We couldn’t have done all of this without our wonderful volunteers’ hard work and commitment!

480 native trees were planted this fall at 4 different sites in Oakville – Oak Park, Pelee Woods, Indian Ridge Trail and Falling Green Pond.

We had 166 volunteers participating in our September and October tree planting events!

We would like to acknowledge everyone who supported us in our larger community effort to restore and grow Oakville’s tree canopy. Special thanks to our community and corporate partners and supporters: Town of Oakville, MP Pam Damoff, Oakville Chinese Network, UPS, Mindshape, & Heather Govender.

We look forward to our Spring 2019 tree planting season and to working with all of you once again.

Member of Parliment for Oakville North-Burlington, Pam Damoff and an enthusiastic group of youth volunteers joined us for tree planting at Oak Park
Youth volunteers at our Oak Park tree planting showing some great teamwork

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A beautiful fall day in mid-October for a tree planting at Pelee Woods with a committed and big group of volunteers
Heather Govender organized family and friends to celebrate a special baby shower by giving back to Mother Nature at our planting at Falling Green Pond
UPS and Mindshape joined efforts to help us plant 140 trees at Indian Ridge Trail and enjoyed an afternoon of hard but rewarding work outside of their offices
Volunteers representing the the cheerful and enthusiastic Oakville Chinese Network group at Pelee Woods on October 13th