Join Robert, a professional forester and member of the Chippewas of Georgina Island, for a day of planting saplings in ClearWater’s woodlot. We will be planting the next generation to replace our dying ash trees. Up to 10 participants will learn about the indigenous species of trees that we have selected because they will withstand climate change over the next fifty years, as well as how to plant them so they are most likely to flourish. Please wear high-top shoes or boots with pants tucked into socks (ticks) and leather gloves (some plants have thorns). Hats are recommended.
Program best suited for age 10 & up. Session will run from 10am-4.00pm. Participation is $10 per family, payable onsite or pre-register to guarantee your spot.