GRCA Partners With Forests Ontario To Plant 20000 Trees

With precautionary protocols in place, tree-planting efforts have returned throughout the area courtesy of the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA), which is helping landowners spruce up their properties … with a variety of species.

“GRCA is really excited about getting trees in the ground this spring,” said Meghan Clay, GRCA forestry specialist, in a news release. “Landowners are keen to get their trees; they want to see trees in the ground.”

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