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Forestry - Trees Available!
The UTRCA has trees & grants available for spring 2013. Please contact , UTRCA Forester (519-451-2800 ext 243).
Landowners who reside in the Upper Thames River watershed and own a minimum of 1 hectare (2.5 acres) are eligible to participate in the UTRCA's Tree Planting on Private Lands program.
The program offers:
through this program may be planted by the landowner or through the
UTRCA’s full planting service.
Memorial Forests provide a lasting tribute to loved ones, and improves the environment. The UTRCA is involved in four memorial forests across the watershed.
The UTRCA works with corporations interested in supporting local environmental initiatives. Our staff meet with local partners to identify sites that can be restored, then coordinate community involvement in planting trees, shrubs, aquatic plants, wildflower meadows, and prairies. Projects range from small neighbourhood sites to large multi-year corporate and municipal initiatives.
UTRCA Forestry Contacts:
Information on the Emerald Ash Borer (pdf files):
Information on Native Species
Information on Invasive Plants
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November 04, 2013.
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Upper Thames River Conservation Authority.
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