Planting for the Future

At Tree Canada, the word “growth” is at the heart of what we do. We plant trees, measure their growth and monitor for survivability. We help to grow Canada’s urban canopies in every province. We collaborate with academics and industry experts to grow our knowledge and strengthen urban planting guidelines.

And along with our community of supporters, we grow our capacity to fight climate change. Together with our partners and sponsors, we have planted more than 84 million trees.

A Year in Review

A snapshot of our key achievements from 2021-2022:

925,832 Trees

With the support of our donors, sponsors and partners, we planted 925,832 trees across 183 communities!

Read our 2021-2022 annual report
134 Urban Plantings

Through our Greening Communities programs, we coordinated 134 urban planting projects across the country.

Greening Communities Programs
12 National Tree Day Events

We hosted National Tree Day events in every province across the country, engaging more than 1,200 volunteers and planting almost 4,500 trees!

About National Tree Day

Recent Successes

Winnipeg Community Group Plants a Micro-Orchard Thanks to Edible Trees Grant

With the support of Tree Canada’s Edible Trees grant program and project sponsor, IKEA, the Wolseley Community Garden Committee was able to establish a micro-orchard consisting of fruit trees and shrubs.

Learn more about the project
Celebrating 30 Years of Partnership with Home Hardware

2022 marked 30 years of partnership between Tree Canada and Home Hardware Stores Limited. To celebrate this  achievement, Home Hardware Dealer-Owners engaged  volunteers across the country to help plant over 2,640 trees in 31 cities!

Learn about the partnership
Reforesting the CEGEP of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu with Support from a Local Brewery

Last September, volunteers from Lagabière Brasserie Artisanale planted 70 large trees and 9 shrubs in front of the CEGEP of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. This initiative was part of Tree Canada’s Partners in Planting program.

Read more about the project