Putting Down Roots!
Trees Planted since 1951
Stream Buffer Plantings – up to 100% funding available
Streamside planting projects in our watershed are currently eligible for up to 100% funding. This is an excellent opportunity to enjoy the perks of stream buffers, with minimal planting cost. Check out our Water Quality Programs page for information.
Spring 2023 Orders
Orders are now being accepted for spring 2023 planting. The deadline for orders is set for January 20, 2023 at 3:00 pm. Don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance with developing planting plans or for information on grant programs. The 2023 order form with species and cost information is available here: 2023 Order Form
Check out the information below on how to order for next season.
Do-It-Yourself Tree and Shrub Orders
If you want to plan your own project, this option is for you.
- To get started, decide on the type of project you want to do. Not sure? Contact our forestry staff to discuss options for your site.
- Fill out the tree and shrub order form.
- Order forms may be submitted by:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- fax: 519-335-3516
- mail: Maitland Conservation, Box 127, Wroxeter ON N0G 2X0
- Check in with forestry staff to see if your project is eligible for funding.
- Pick up your trees when your order arrives in April and start planting.
- Don’t forget to maintain your trees – check out the posted factsheets for information.
Planting Coordination Services
Maitland Conservation staff are here to help you with your next planting project. We will work with you to create a plan for your property and coordinate having a contractor come out to complete the planting.
To get started:
- Decide on the type of planting project you want to complete.
- Contact Maitland Conservation’s Forestry staff to discuss the project you’re are looking to do.
- Staff will come out on site to walk the property with you, providing advice for the project.
- Staff will then create a tree and shrub planting plan.
- Once approved, Maitland Conservation will coordinate with the contractor to provide quotes, site visits and timing of the planting. Staff will also research other funding opportunities that will help offset the costs of the project.
For more information, please contact Greg Urquhart at 519-335-3557 ext. 235 or by email at email@example.com.
A variety of large stock and seedling trees, plus potted shrub species are available to order. To make transporting and planting easier for landowners, all large stock trees and shrubs will be either ball and burlap or potted. With this change, the deciduous trees will be a smaller stock size than in previous years.
Your planting project may be eligible for cost-share funding. Maitland Conservation staff will help you assess if your project is eligible for a grant. Limited funding is currently available through:
- Huron Clean Water Project
- Wellington Rural Water Quality Program
- 50 Million Tree Program
- OSCIA programs
Greg Urquhart, Forestry Technician
519-335-3557 ext. 235
Check out the interviews with Bill Roy and Allison Stoecker, local landowners who have been undertaking a variety of stewardship planting projects.
Jann and Mike Van Massenhoven – an inspiring tree planting story
All About Windbreaks – OMAFRA recently developed a series of four videos focusing on windbreaks. Click the link below to view the videos: