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Creating Healthier Communities
MacEwen remains committed to providing local service and supporting the communities where we work and live. As such, we are excited to announce a new partnership with Tree Canada that focuses on tree planting initiatives across Ontario and Quebec. From the greening of school yards to developing local gardens, please join us in creating healthier communities.
For every customer who switches from mailed paper statements and invoices to email, MacEwen will donate the printing and postage savings to these community tree planting initiatives.
Please click the button below to view our community projects.
|Municipality||Location||Group Name||Project Timeline|
|City of Stratford||Various Parks||City of Stratford||October 2021|
|The planting of the new native trees to replace the ash trees lost to the emerald ash borer. Helps maintain local biodiversity, increase the aesthetic beauty of the area and provide shade to the locals.|
|Town of Picton||Delhi Park||Tree the County||September 2021|
|The planting of new trees to provide a noise buffer and permanent tree cover for the local community.|
|Village of Lyndhurst||Sweet’s Corners Elementary School||Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands||Fall 2021|
|The new trees planted will strengthen the relationship between students and nature by providing a lush, vibrant play area and help grow the biodiversity of the school yard.|
|Town of Killaloe||Killaloe Public School||Killaloe Public School||October 2021|
|The planting of new trees outside of classroom windows that attract bees and other pollinators, will allow students to witness the interaction between plants and wildlife.|
|Grenville-sur-la Rouge||Community Garden||Municipalité de Grenville-sur-la Rouge||Fall 2021|
|The planting of edible trees creating a permaculture-inspired food forest, where locals are given an opportunity to work together learning about food autonomy and eco-friendly food practices, such as limiting waste.|
|Town of Maxville||Parkette at Grant/HWY 20 and Maxville Public School||Maxville Public School and Township of North Glengarry||Fall 2021|
|1. New trees planted on the school grounds to provide students with shade and a greener learning environment.|
2. New trees and/or seedlings planted at a parkette near the entrance of town with benches and picnic tables to be enjoyed by local residents.
Tree Canada is the only national non-profit organization dedicated to planting and nurturing trees in rural and urban environments. Through their programs, research and engagement efforts, they have helped restore tree cover in areas hit by natural disasters, guided communities in managing their urban forests, supported over 700 schoolyard greening projects and organized urban forest conferences. To date, with their community partners and sponsors, they have planted more than 83 million trees.