Plant Trees with Us
The Community Tree Project is a community-based project to cool your neighbourhood from the impacts of climate change. Together, we can make our community cleaner, greener and ready for climate change.
Neighbourhood residents are invited to participate in tree plantings, online presentations, neighbourhood walks and more.
Community Tree Project Neighbourhoods
This project is currently running in select neighbourhoods in Brampton, south of Williams Parkway to the 407, and from Chinguacousy Road west to McMurchy Avenue.
Use our look up tool to see if you’re in one of the project neighbourhoods.
How to Get Involved
Participate in events and activities.
Workshops for Your Garden and Yard
Join us for free workshops to discover the beauty and benefit of trees and shrubs for your yard. Attendees from the project neighbourhoods can sign up to receive a free tree that we’ll deliver and help plant.
Community Tree Planting Events
Plant trees with us! Join your community at public tree planting events in your neighbourhood.
Community Tree Project Presentations
Free virtual presentations for classes and community group in Community Tree Project neighbourhoods about climate change and the cooling benefits of trees are currently available.
Greening Corporate Grounds
We can help you lead the way with sustainable landscaping solutions on your corporate property. We’ll conduct a property assessment to identify areas of opportunity on your property, like tree planting.
Youth 4 the Credit
Youth age 14 -18 can participate in stewardship events such as tree planting with your peers.
Learn About Trees
Discover the cooling benefits of trees, tree planting tips and more in our video series.
Fletchers Creek SNAP
Explore the Action Plan and activities to make the Fletchers Creek neighbourhood more sustainable and ready for climate change.
County Court SNAP
The County Court SNAP, led by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), City of Brampton, Region of Peel and local residents, is a comprehensive environmental improvement plan initiated in 2012 integrating sustainability and community objectives.
Photo: Resident volunteers installing a fusion garden in County Court. Image courtesy of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.
Community Tree Project News
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