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Celebrate National Tree Day with The City of Ottawa!

Starting with a celebratory launch on September 23rd 2015 the City of Ottawa will be developing an urban forest management plan. This plan will provide a structured approach to protecting and enhancing the environmental, social and economical services provided by…

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PAUL DEWAR AND TREE OTTAWA GIVE PRIMARY SCHOOL YARD A GREEN BOOST ON EARTH DAY

OTTAWA – Paul Dewar, NDP MP for Ottawa Centre, joined Tree Ottawa and students from St Anthony Catholic School today to plant a tree in the school yard to mark Earth Day. “Having more green space available for students to…

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Join Ecology Ottawa on Earth Day

EARTH DAY – Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Welcome Spring! with three local events that will support trees and greenspaces in our neighbourhoods! 1. Grab your Bridgehead coffee between 7:30 am and 10:00 am while you drop off your used clothing…

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Upcoming Event: Tall Trees & Boulevards – Community Visioning

On Tuesday, March 10th join the Glebe Community Association Environment Committee and Ecology Ottawa for Tall Trees & Community Visioning. The evening will feature a discussion of urban tree issues and how to ensure they thrive and survive and make our cities more…

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The trunks have been measured, and the results are in for Carp Hills Biggest Tree! The winner is…

The Carp Hills in West Carleton-March ward is home to some of the oldest and largest trees in the City of Ottawa. Recently, local conservation group Friends of the Huntley Highlands held a contest to find the Carp Hills Biggest Tree….

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Community Initiatives Guidebook

With the generous support of the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund (Ontario Ministry of the Environment), the Crabtree Foundation and the Ontario Trillium Foundation; Ecology Ottawa has created the Community Initiatives Guidebook. The guide has been divided into 4 sections:…

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