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Conservation Halton

Tree Planting and Forest Management Programs

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Record #: MIL0970 Last Full Update: 10 Apr 2013
Record Details
Former NameHalton Region Conservation Authority ; HRCA
Contact Numbers
Office Phone905-336-1158; 
905-847-7430 (Toronto line)
Contact Information
Address & Map
Conservation Halton Administration Building
2596 Britannia Rd W
Burlington, ON L7P 0G3
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Located In CommunityBurlington (North Burlington)
Nearest Main IntersectionGuelph Line and Britannia Rd W
Wheelchair AccessibilityUnknown or Not Applicable
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Primary ContactJennifer Roberts, Forestry Technician; Phone: 905-336-1158 ext 251
Alternate ContactBill Gaines, Forestry and Landscape Services Coordinator; Phone: 905-336-1158 ext 261
Service Details
Areas ServedHalton Region - Hamilton
DescriptionConservation Halton and Trees Ontario provide financial assistance to eligible landowners to encourage tree planting and forest conservation in Conservation Halton's watershed. 
Tree Planting 
* promotes private land reforestation and stewardship * offers a variety of inexpensive tree planting services and materials to eligible landowners * experienced staff assist private landowners in restoring and improving their property through the planting and supplying of trees, shrubs and seedlings. 
* landowners may participate in a total service package that includes a site inspection, project planning, ordering and planting of trees and herbicide application.  
Forest Management Planning Service  
* professional forest management assistance and approvals for Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program (MFTIP) can help landowners save money and improve the value of their properties.  
Adopt a Tree and Memorial Forest Programs 
* contact the Conservation Halton Foundation at 905-336-1158.
HoursMon-Thurs 8:30 am-4:30 pm; Fri 8:30 am-4 pm
Datesdeadline for Plan, June 30 of preceding year for change in the tax assessment
ApplicationLandowner must own at least 5 acres of land for Halton subsidy and meet specific eligibility requirements. Those owning a minimum of 2 acres of land still qualify for the Trees Ontario subsidy programs. Call 905-336-1158 ext 251/161 for information.
Resources AvailableBrochures
FundingCity / Town ; Regional / Municipal ; Fees
Service Level(50) Non Profit
Service CategoriesEnvironmental Issues ; Land Conservation ; Plant Conservation