Trees Please Hamilton

Green Solutions to Air Pollution

Tree Planting at Heritage Green

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On October 20th, the Trees Please team and enthusiastic volunteers planted three hundred trees at Heritage Green Sports Park! Despite bouts of rain and even hail, everyone enjoyed making a difference in Hamilton. The City’s Forestry department brought the amazing diversity of native trees, from several species of oaks, to White Pines and Tamaracks, to even some more rare species like Butternut and Pawpaw. Thanks to our incredible volunteers for coming out and helping to green the city and grow our urban forest!

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Author: treespleasehamilton

A project of the Hamilton Naturalists' Club and Environment Hamilton. Funding by Ontario Trillium Foundation.

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