Year of Project: 1995
Trees Planted:2,000

In 1995 the Canadian Forestry Association planted 2,000 green ash, red oak, black walnut, white oak and silver maple (Carolinian hardwoods) in Southern Ontario, Canada. … Read More

Southern Ontario Carolinian Forest

Year Planted: 1995

Trees Planted: 2,000
Location: Canada

In 1995 the Canadian Forestry Association planted 2,000 green ash, red oak, black walnut, white oak and silver maple (Carolinian hardwoods) in Southern Ontario, Canada. The Canadian Forestry Association program plants trees in ecologically sensitive areas where under normal circumstances trees are not planted, such as marginal land, stream banks, etc. Carolinian species are at their fringe in Southern Ontario and planting there aids Carolinian species awareness and continues their existence. Assistance for this project also was provided by Eddie Bauer and Tree Ontario.


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Southern Ontario Carolinian Forest

Year Planted: 1995
Trees Planted: 2,000
Location: Canada

In 1995 the Canadian Forestry Association planted 2,000 green ash, red oak, black walnut, white oak and silver maple (Carolinian hardwoods) in Southern Ontario, Canada. The Canadian Forestry Association program plants trees in ecologically sensitive areas where under normal circumstances trees are not planted, such as marginal land, stream banks, etc. Carolinian species are at their fringe in Southern Ontario and planting there aids Carolinian species awareness and continues their existence. Assistance for this project also was provided by Eddie Bauer and Tree Ontario.



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