Year of Project: 1999
Trees Planted:100,500

In 1998 an ice storm devastated urban and rural forests, local and provincial parklands, green corridors and trail ways in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick. As a result… Read More

Ice Storm- Operation ReLeaf- Ontario

Year Planted: 1999

Trees Planted: 100,500
Location: Canada

In 1998 an ice storm devastated urban and rural forests, local and provincial parklands, green corridors and trail ways in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick. As a result, Operation ReLeaf was established by the Tree Canada Foundation to support the reforestation of these damaged areas. Specifically in eastern Ontario, 35 municipalities participated in the planting of 100,500 trees. Eddie Bauer was a sponsor and the project was also supported by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Eastern Ontario Model Forest, Conservation Ontario and the G. Howard Ferguson Forest Station.


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Ice Storm- Operation ReLeaf- Ontario

Year Planted: 1999
Trees Planted: 100,500
Location: Canada

In 1998 an ice storm devastated urban and rural forests, local and provincial parklands, green corridors and trail ways in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick. As a result, Operation ReLeaf was established by the Tree Canada Foundation to support the reforestation of these damaged areas. Specifically in eastern Ontario, 35 municipalities participated in the planting of 100,500 trees. Eddie Bauer was a sponsor and the project was also supported by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Eastern Ontario Model Forest, Conservation Ontario and the G. Howard Ferguson Forest Station.



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