The Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority (GRCA) is now accepting tree and shrub orders for Spring 2017 pick-up and planting. Many different programs are available for you to easily get your tree and shrub seedlings. Celebrate Canada 150 through the act of tree planting with your family and friends. For more information, contact email@example.com.
GRCA Tree Seedling Program
Thirty native tree and shrub bareroot seedling species are available to order, as are planting supplies. Orders must be a minimum of twenty-five per species and in increments of twenty-five. Prices range from $0.55 to $2.25 per seedlings. There is an administrative fee of $20.00 and HST is applied to the total cost. Please see the
GRCA Tree Seedling Program catalogue
for more detail and to place your order. Orders are due March 3, 2017.
Consider celebrating Canada's 150th Birthday with family and friends with the planting of 150 native trees that represents Ontario's Forests and Official Trees. To order your package for $150.00, please fill out the
and return to the GRCA by March 3, 2017.
GRCA Tree Planting Program
The GRCA is always looking to increase forest cover on the landscape. GRCA staff are able to plan and co-ordinate large scale tree plantings, starting at 1 acre, and within the GRCA jurisdiction. Significant fund is available to offset the cost of tree planting. To talk to a GRCA staff person to find out how you can have tree planted please email
Trees for Rural Roads
In order to restore trees along rural roads within the Municipalities of Clarington and Port Hope, the GRCA, in partnership with the Municipality of Clarington, the Municipality of Port Hope Tree Advisory Committee and Maple Leaves Forever, are offering free trees to interested property owners. Eight species are available and must be planted at a set distance along rural roads and on the private property. A maximum of 30 trees per applicant is allowed. Each municipality has their own
. Have questions? Contact
The GRCA: Proud to Partner with the Highway of Heroes Tribute
The GRCA manages, conserves and restores local watersheds within it
935 km2 jurisdiction
. The Highway of Heroes crosses many of these watersheds (Wilmot Creek, Graham Creek, Ganaraska River and Cobourg Creek) and spans approximately 60km of the GRCA. The GRCA is a proud partner with the Highway of Heroes Tribute to support the mission: to honour Canada's fallen by planting 117,000 trees, one for every fallen Canadian Soldier since Confederation, along and near the Highway of Heroes between Trenton and Toronto. To find out how you can become involved and receive your very own Canada 150 tree please visit