Trees Ontario: the forest restoration arm of Forests Ontario
As announced at the 65th Annual Ontario Forestry Association (OFA) Conference on Feb. 21, 2014, the OFA and Trees Ontario, two not-for-profits, officially merged and are now operating under the newly created Forests Ontario, an organization dedicated to the renewal and stewardship of Ontario's forests.
Trees Ontario will continue as the forest restoration arm of Forests Ontario, focusing on building and enhancing Ontario's tree planting capacity and delivering our forest restoration programs.
Forests Ontario will continue to offer a broad suite of programs and services as well as create a stronger public presence advocating for abundant, healthy and sustainable forests.
November 20, 2015 New and aspiring maple syrup producers now have more options for hands-on training in east central Ontario thanks to Farms at Work's brand new Maple Syrup Production Mentorship.
November 19, 2015 From September 18-19, Ontario Place hosted its annual Toronto Oktoberfest, a celebration of food, drink, and culture. The event transformed the main parking lot of Ontario Place into a mini Bavarian village featuring a marketplace, beer and food vendors, a corn maze, and a games area.
October 14, 2015 The Regional Municipality of Durham, in partnership with Forests Ontario and Raw Materials Company celebrated a ceremonial tree planting as part of the Durham Five Million Trees Program.
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