National Greening Program

The National Greening Program is mass seedling plantings across Canada, where there is a need for reforestation or afforestation.

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Help Green our Nation!

In addition to the restoration of forests and wildlife habitat, trees planted through the National Greening Program contribute to cleaner air, cleaner soil, and cleaner waterways. This is a hands-off initiative for organizations that wish to have a larger impact by planting $4 seedlings across 5 Canadian regions.

Consider some of the following environmental initiatives for your company or organization:

Employee Recognition

Recognition of employee or company milestones

Client Appreciation, Staff Appreciation

Per client or per product sale


Per email acquisition or survey participation

Corporate Social Responsibility

Help offset office printing, paper use, mileage and/or energy consumption per percentage of monthly, quarterly or annual sales

Choose Among Five Canadian Regions

Atlantic & North

Environmental benefits: The first site is located within the UNESCO-designated Fundy Biosphere Reserve and situated within a critical wildlife connectivity corridor. The surrounding Acadian Forest is one of the most ecologically diverse forest types in Canada, as well as one of the most endangered. The forest restoration through the planting native tree species will improve the habitat and hydrology of the area. The second site is situated on an abandoned grass field in the middle of the city’s municipal water-capture system. The restoration will help to improve water filtration and eliminate toxic substances leaking into the water system.

Species planted: red oak, eastern hemlock, eastern white pine, black pine and red spruce

Landowner: Community Forests Canada, Municipality of Edmundston

Longitude and Latitude: 45°48’50.3″N 65°06’56.3″W and 47°25’02.4″N 68°19’43.8″W


Environmental benefits: Reforestation of municipal lands will improve habitat and hydrology and beautify a public area.

Species planted: red pine

Landowner: Community of Ladysmith

Longitude and Latitude: 45°45’33.7″N 76°23’17.2″W


Environmental benefits: Identified by the Ontario Natural Heritage Strategy as key areas, restoration will improve the hydrological systems increasing the water retention of the areas, as well as creating additional habitat and corridors between adjacent forested areas, strengthen the entire areas’ ecological connectivity and hydrology.

Species planted: red pine, white pine, white spruce

Landowner: Township of Selwyn, Township of Doure-Dummer, Otonabee Region Conservation Authority

Longitude and Latitude: 44°24’32.3″N 78°28’25.9″W, 44°27’10.9″N 78°16’45.5″W, 44°26’10.2″N 78°26’37.3″W, 44°30’52.2″N 78°07’13.6″W, 44°17’13.4″N 78°10’22.8″W and 44°11’22.3″N 78°20’44.8″W


Environmental benefits: Restoration of forest cover with native trees to increase species diversity, improve wildlife habitat, create wildlife corridors, improve soil stabilization and hydrological features of the area

Species planted: white spruce

Landowner: Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation

Longitude and Latitude: 51°45’54.3″N 102°21’13.8″W and 51°41’01.2″N 102°06’38.8″W

British Columbia

Environmental benefits: Restoration of forest cover with native trees after being affected by a fire five years ago, providing wildlife habitat and improving the hydrology of the valley

Species planted: Douglas fir, ponderosa pine, lodgepole pine and spruce, western larch

Landowner: Lytton First Nation

Longitude and Latitude: 50°18’16.6″N 121°33’37.7″W

Past Planting Sites

Canada, BC, Vancouver. Tree Canada event, Everett Crowley Park

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