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#OperationReLeaf — Alberta Mountain Pine Beetle

This program provides funding to homeowners, private landowners and municipalities for the replacement of trees and the recovery of forests affected by mountain pine beetle in Alberta.


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What is #OperationReLeaf: Alberta Mountain Pine Beetle?

Mountain Pine Beetle is one of the biggest threats to pine trees in the province of Alberta.

Since 2010, Tree Canada has partnered with the Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry to fight this threat through our #OperationReLeaf Alberta Mountain Pine Beetle initiative.

We offered grants ranging from $300 to more than $3000 to homeowners, private landowners and municipalities for the replacement of trees and the recovery of forests affected by mountain pine beetle on private or municipal lands in Alberta.

Applications

Applications are now closed for 2018. Thank you to all of our applicants.

We granted 49 private landowners in Alberta assisting them to plant over 1,500 trees to replace those lost or affected by the Alberta Mountain Pine Beetle.

Partners

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Make a difference

Help us fight Alberta Mountain Pine Beetle