Improve Woodlot Health

Landowner Assistance

Learn More about Your Property with a Woodlot “Walk & Talk”

Take a stroll through your woodlot with an experienced member of the CVC forestry team. This is a great opportunity to ask questions! Find out:

  • What trees and plants are growing in your woodlot
  • The health of the trees in your woodlot
  • If there are invasive species in your woodlot
  • If there are opportunities to attract more wildlife
  • If there are opportunities to improve woodlot health through management

Tree Marking Program

Our tree marking program can help improve the health of your forest by identifying and marking selected trees for removal on your property. We offer thinning recommendations for plantations to encourage natural regeneration as well as hardwood stand improvement. Participation in the tree marking program includes:

  • A consultation and tour of your woodlot with a certified tree marker
  • A forest inventory of your woodlot
  • A silviculture prescription describing the recommendations for your property
  • Marking of selected trees and a tally of all volumes by species
  • Recommendations on the best options for removal of marked trees
  • Contractor supervision

For more information on Walk & Talks or the Tree Marking Program contact:

Aaron Day, Senior Coordinator, Forest Management
C: 416-8967428
F: 905-838-1889
aaron.day@cvc.ca 

Data and information released from Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) are provided on an 'AS IS' basis, without warranty of any kind, including without limitation the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement.

Availability of this data and information does not constitute scientific publication. Data and/or information may contain errors or be incomplete. CVC and its employees make no representation or warranty, express or implied, including without limitation any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or warranties as to the identity or ownership of data or information, the quality, accuracy or completeness of data or information, or that the use of such data or information will not infringe any patent, intellectual property or proprietary rights of any party. CVC shall not be liable for any claim for any loss, harm, illness or other damage or injury arising from access to or use of data or information, including without limitation any direct, indirect, incidental, exemplary, special or consequential damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.

In accordance with scientific standards, appropriate acknowledgment of CVC should be made in any publications or other disclosures concerning data or information made available by CVC.
DATA DISCLAIMER