Tree Fundraiser 2020
Will you help restore Ottawa's tree canopy? You wood not believe how easy it is - scroll down to order and learn more!
We are thrilled to join Ferguson Tree Nursery to offer you local native tree seedlings at an extremely reduced price. There are seven different species available. By participating, you will not only be helping to green-up your community, but you will help support the important work of planting protecting, and promoting trees in Ottawa.
Please note that there are limited quantities of tree saplings. Should we not be able to fill your order, we will contact you with alternative tree options or refund your payment.
Each tree is a chance to win!
1 tree = 1 raffle ticket. The more trees you order, the more entries you get!
You'll have the chance to win prizes including a:
The winner will be announced on Monday, August 31st.
Trees grow stronger together
Plant a mini forest! Otherwise known as Miyawaki urban forests. They are denser, grow faster, and support more biodiversity than conventionally planted forests.
We encourage you to get a diversity of seedlings and plant them densely and randomly.
For more information on how mini forests are restoring biodiversity and fighting climate change click here.
Available Tree Saplings
Trees will be available to order until Friday, August 28th.
Pick-up days will take place between Thursday, September 3rd - Sunday, September 6th at Kunstadt Sports' Glebe parking lot (680 Bank St, Ottawa, ON, K1S 3T9).
Other Ways to Support
Please note that due to the hard-hitting nature of our campaigns your gifts are not tax deductible. For questions about your donation, contact us at email@example.com.
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Will the pick-up days follow Ottawa Public Health's COVID recommendations?
Is it okay to plant tree seedlings this late in the year?
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Are these trees native to Eastern Ontario? Will they support pollinators?
How else can I help trees in Ottawa?