Boost for planting projects

News Sep 02, 2010 Flamborough Review

Residents planning to plant native trees, shrubs or plants next spring may be eligible to access funding for their projects through the Hamilton-Halton Watershed Stewardship Program.

If the project site falls within Hamilton or Halton Conservation Authorities’ watersheds, and requires a minimum of 50 trees or shrubs or herbaceous plants, assistance may be available to cover the cost of trees and/or planting.

Interested landowners should act as soon possible, as stock orders for the spring will be finalized this fall, and stock availability is limited. Landowners should contact Watershed Stewardship Technician Cherish Elwell, at 905-525-2181, extension 181 or email   Cherish.Elwell@conservationhamilton.ca.

Boost for planting projects

News Sep 02, 2010 Flamborough Review

Residents planning to plant native trees, shrubs or plants next spring may be eligible to access funding for their projects through the Hamilton-Halton Watershed Stewardship Program.

If the project site falls within Hamilton or Halton Conservation Authorities’ watersheds, and requires a minimum of 50 trees or shrubs or herbaceous plants, assistance may be available to cover the cost of trees and/or planting.

Interested landowners should act as soon possible, as stock orders for the spring will be finalized this fall, and stock availability is limited. Landowners should contact Watershed Stewardship Technician Cherish Elwell, at 905-525-2181, extension 181 or email   Cherish.Elwell@conservationhamilton.ca.

Boost for planting projects

News Sep 02, 2010 Flamborough Review

Residents planning to plant native trees, shrubs or plants next spring may be eligible to access funding for their projects through the Hamilton-Halton Watershed Stewardship Program.

If the project site falls within Hamilton or Halton Conservation Authorities’ watersheds, and requires a minimum of 50 trees or shrubs or herbaceous plants, assistance may be available to cover the cost of trees and/or planting.

Interested landowners should act as soon possible, as stock orders for the spring will be finalized this fall, and stock availability is limited. Landowners should contact Watershed Stewardship Technician Cherish Elwell, at 905-525-2181, extension 181 or email   Cherish.Elwell@conservationhamilton.ca.