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- 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: private tree bylaw
Burlington wants to hear your views on restricting tree-cutting on private property. The controversial notion of a private tree bylaw was suggested in the urban forest management plan approved by council last year. Such restrictions… READ MORE at thespec.com…
Forests and People – Yann Arthus-Bertrand
Stunning before and after photos a beautiful, rich forest show the stark result at the hands of a developer.
Here is a story one of our group found from May 2012. In Oakville, on Lakeshore, the same thing is happening, and look who the developer is, same as who is destroying the Crerar forest. One resident from Oakville is … Continue reading
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.
The Eramosa Escarpment is separate from the Niagara Escarpment, located south of, and running parallel to it; and passing right through the Crerar Forest. In the City of Hamilton, it is composed of a steep slope that faces north and … Continue reading