Let's Tree Wilmot






































































  • On Saturday, November 6th, 170 native trees were planted at the Mike Schout Wetlands in New Hamburg.  For more details, see this article from the Wilmot-Tavistock Gazette https://bit.ly/mikeschoutwetlands



**Let's Tree Wilmot is a collaboration between the Nith Valley EcoBoosters, the Wilmot Horticultural Society, Rotary Wilmot, and the Township of Wilmot.  Its mission is to increase the tree canopy cover in the rural and urban areas of Wilmot.


**Interested in helping out with tree planting?  You can find details regarding how to register for upcoming plantings on the Let's Tree Wilmot website: http://wilmothortsociety.ca/ltw


**If you would like to make a donation to help plant trees, please download and complete this form:   



Note: Charitable tax receipts for income tax purposes will be sent to you for donations of $10.00 or more.


Questions?  Please send them to:  [email protected].


For more details about Let's Tree Wilmot, please see the following articles in The Record:


(1) https://tinyurl.com/TurnWilmotGreen


(2) https://www.therecord.com/news/waterloo-region/2020/10/25/neighbours-plant-a-small-forest-in-new-hamburg.html


The photos below are from Let's Tree Wilmot's first planting event.  100 trees were planted at William Scott Park in New Hamburg  on Saturday, October 24, 2020.  Photos courtesy of Larry Kryski.













































Nith Valley EcoBoosters

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