Archives


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…

Read More

REMINDER: Tree Ottawa Team Meeting

Tonight at 6 PM will be the second meeting of the Tree Team, and so much has happened since the first one! Last time we went over (briefly) Tree Ottawa’s annual report and discussed the initiative’s successes as well as…

Read More

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…

Read More

Tree Ottawa campaign featured in March edition of The OSCAR!

We would like to extend a big thank you to Tim Leah and the rest of the Old Ottawa South Community Association for featuring the Tree Ottawa campaign in this month’s edition of the Ottawa South Community Association Review (OSCAR)….

Read More

Sandy Hill Community Network Meeting March 3rd

Do you live in Sandy Hill? Do you want to help improve the environment of your local neighbourhood? Action Sandy Hill and Ecology Ottawa would like to invite you to learn more about the Ecology Ottawa Community Network. This meeting will…

Read More

Bur oaks, Samuel de Champlain, and the Cowley family!

Dozens of people gathered at the Champlain Park Fieldhouse to celebrate the unveiling of two historical installations. Beautifully designed and mounted, these displays recognize the significance the stately Bur Oak, Samuel de Champlain, and the Cowley family have for Champlain…

Read More

Funding for Orlando Park Naturalization Project

The National Capital chapter of the Friends of the Environment Foundation TD, have awarded Ecology Ottawa and the Alta Vista Neighbourhood Team more than $5000 to continue planting in Orlando Park. With the City of Ottawa’s forestry department help, neighbours,…

Read More

Not Just Trees to be Cut in the New Year

With the 2014 budget pending approval at next week’s City Council meeting, the Environment Committee’s focus during their November 19th meeting was the draft operating and capital budget for the upcoming year.  Councillor Maria McRae, alongside of Staff, began with…

Read More