Trees Please Hamilton

Green Solutions to Air Pollution



Beach Strip Restoration Planting

Thank you!


Tree Planting a great success!

Thanks to everyone who helped us with our tree planting day on Sat Oct 1st, 2016!    We planted 400 trees along the Red Hill Valley Trails.
A huge thanks to the Forestry Department at the City of Hamilton for the trees, mulch and water trucks.  Your team was amazing and it was heartening to work alongside the department to plant trees.  Thanks to Parks Department at the City for their Clean-up Trailer with shovels, a table and gloves for us.
Thanks to our volunteers who came out on a rainy day to get the trees into the ground.  We had close to 50 people come out, including a number of folks who were walking, cycling the trails and lent a helping hand.  Thank you so much!
Thanks to City Councillor, Sam Merulla and his team for sponsoring the refreshments and other infrastructure, like port-a-potties.

Thanks again!  It was a fun, productive day!


One of our superstar volunteers, Candice who has been helping with our tree inventorying and tree planting.  Thanks Candice!

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We call this photo “The Shovel Eater”.  Our volunteers, Pat, Kim and Hunter came with their tree planting gear and left with one of their shovels looking like this.  The ground was made of mostly rocks as this shovel can attest to.

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The City of Hamilton’s Forestry Department selected some GREAT native trees to plant – hickories, oaks, pines, hackberries.  Thanks Forestry!


Join us as part of Jane’s Walks on Saturday May 7th, 2016
Meet us at Firestation #9 (125 Kenilworth Ave North)

Questions?  Email Andrew at
Or call Environment Hamilton’s office 905-549-0900

For details on Jane’s Walks and other events going on that weekend, click here.

Jane's Walk Poster



Join us as we start inventorying trees and collecting air quality data in the Beasley and Beach Strip neighbourhoods.

In case of rain or other fairly unpleasant weather, we’ll be emailing who RSVP’d and updating this website if we need to cancel.


TP Beasley May 2016


TP Beach Strip May 2016


TP Beasley Walk-about 2016

Beasley Walk About!

Come out and learn how to identify trees, measure air quality, scope out potential planting areas and learn history in the Beasley neighbourhood!

Join US!



We are so excited to be officially launching our Trees Please project!

On Friday April 22nd, from 1pm-2pm, we’ll be planting a tree in Beasley with the Honourable Ted McMeekin – Minister of Municipal Affairs & Housing
Andrea Horwath, MPP (Hamilton Centre) Leader, New Democratic Party of Ontario
& Mayor  Fred Eisenberger and City of Hamilton’s Urban Forestry Department at Rebecca St and Ferguson Avenue North.

Check out our poster for the details.

TP Project Launch 2016




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