Thank you to our 2017 Corporate Greening Day partners!

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We are delighted to acknowledge the following corporate partners that joined us in 2017 in our mission of restoring Oakville urban forest and greenspaces:

  • GE Power & Water
  • Ian Martin Group
  • VelocityEHS
  • RSA Canada
  • Kohler
  • UPS

A total of 240 Corporate Greening Day volunteers planted 450 trees and removed 12 truckloads of buckthorn, 50 bags of garlic mustard and 6 bags of dog strangling vine.

UPS team removed truckloads of invasive buckthorn at Arbourview Park in November 2017.

Thank you all for a great year of stewardship and tree planting! Oakville’s greenspaces and woodlots are healthier thanks to your hard work! We value each and every individual’s contribution and we look forward to working with you again soon!

Partnering with Oakvillegreen provides employees and corporate groups with a great opportunity to give back to their community, while having an enjoyable outdoor experience with tangible environmental benefits.

Sign up your business or corporate group now for a Corporate Greening Day event in the spring of 2018.

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VelosityEHS worked hard at Pelee Woods in September 2017 to remove invasive buckthorn and mulch existing plantings during their 6th consecutive year of volunteering with us!
RSACanada staff participated in a public tree planting event at Nautical Woods to restore native forest cover after Emerald Ash Borer.


UPS volunteers took part in our big tree planting project at Nautical Park.







Kohler Canada volunteer team helped us plant hundreds of native trees at Nautical Woods in September 2017.





Volunteers from GE Power & Water helped us clear invasive garlic mustard & European Buckthorn and planted native trees at Pelee Woods & Glen Oak Trail.


Third year of urban forest stewardship for Ian Martin Group and lots of invasive species removed at Langtry Park!