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Kettle Creek Conservation Authority

Tree Planting

Kettle Creek watershed’s current forest cover is approximately 15%.  Environment Canada recommends 25% forest cover to achieve a healthy watershed.   To achieve this goal, KCCA is committed to planting a minimum of 40,000 trees per year.

If you’re thinking of planting trees, the stewardship team at KCCA can assist you in a variety of ways including species selection, site plant development and providing information on available funding opportunities.

Looking to purchase trees?

Open to landowners in St. Thomas, Malahide, Central Elgin and Southwold. Minimum order of 20 seedlings.

Tree seedlings are available to landowners within the Kettle Creek watershed for $0.35/seedling. Minimum order of 200 seedlings, orders over 500 seedlings include planting by the KCCA tree planting crew.

KCCA’s Community Forest was initiated in 1999. Since then, over 200 people and occasions have been honoured through a Tree Gift.

Staff Contact

Betsy McClure
Stewardship Program Supervisor
Tel: (519) 631-1270 ext. 229
Email

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