- Crerar Forest: Urban Forest Walk TONIGHT
- How to address Hamilton’s urban forest woes
- Urban forests used for dumping
- Ecosystem services – why it’s important
- Newly drafted woodlot protection by-law passed unanimously
- Act now to show support for Hamilton’s new woodlot by-law
- Hamilton’s Urban Forest Needs Better Protection – by Giuliana Casimirri
- Before and after of Crerar forest, comparing 2009 and 2013
- Write your city councillor now, they are set to vote in February 2014
- Urban forest protection draft bylaw delayed again
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Tag Archives: farmland
Despite its huge area, Canada has relatively little dependable farmland. Good soil and a friendly climate are hard to find. So it seems like good news that on a clear day you can see about half the best agricultural land … Continue reading
A patchwork of remaining farmland and green space in Ontario’s rapidly growing Golden Horseshoe region provides millions of dollars in services and benefits, according to a David Suzuki Foundation study. The report examines the Whitebelt Study Area, more than 94,000 hectares … Continue reading
An ambitious plan to grow one of Canada’s largest urban parks is in need of about $5 million in fundraising fertilizer. A long-standing vision… READ MORE at thespec.com…
Photos of heavy, large machinery inside the forest as the cutting begins.
Heavy machinery at work inside the forest.
Here are photos of Crerar forest, taken on November 20, 2012.
Aerial photography of Crerar forest taken on a flight November 18, 2012.
Here are photos taken of the Crerar area forest, taken on November 11, 2012. The forest appears to be having its trees cut down from within. It has been taking place over approximately the last two weeks. MANY of these … Continue reading
While a few know the story detailed in my book Two Billion Trees and Counting: The Legacy of Edmund Zavitz, of the rescue of Ontario’s rural lands by trees and resolve virtually none understand the history of our province’s urban forests. … Continue reading
(CLICK ON TITLE TO SEE IMAGES) Here you see pockets of natural, forested areas which all add to the beauty of Hamilton.