Emerald Ash Borer in Niagara

The Emerald Ash Borer, a non-native invasive species, has been killing millions of ash trees in southwestern Ontario and the US.

Ready to plant?

What kinds of things should you consider when you're ready to plant a new tree? Your best bet for success with a new planting is with a tree species that is native to this area. Don't plant invasive species.

Native pest does not fall far from the tree

​(NC) The apple maggot, which is a fly native to North America, has been a serious pest in Canada for over 100 years. It was identified in Edmonton in 2005 and has since infected most of the city's apple trees.

Plant the right tree in the right place

​(NC) Spring is the optimal time to plant trees on your property – but did you know that planting the right tree in the right place can help you save energy? Putting it in the right location is also a safety measure.

How Many Trees Can You Plant This Year?

Ontario is partnering with families, community organizations and businesses across the province to reach its goal of planting six million trees this year to promote cleaner air and help fight climate change.

Stay safe this year, hire a professional

Thanks to the trusty internet many people are accepting the DIY challenge more than ever. There is definitely a time and place for a DIY project, Tree Work is NOT one of them.

Arbor Day – Plant a Tree this Spring!

Planting a Tree this Spring? Trees not only add value to your property, but they provide shade, clean air and homes for wildlife.

Enjoy a FREE Public Skate on us this Family Day!!!

Come Join Team Safe Tree this Family Day for a FREE Public Skate on us! At Jordan Lions Arena!!! 10 am!!!

Selecting the Best Live Christmas Tree

Picking a live Christmas tree for your family is a classic and well-loved holiday tradition. Between where to find one, colour, size and scent, there are a multitude of options.

Tree Health Tips: Get older trees inspected before ice storms

Don't wait until after a major ice storm hits to inspect your trees — use this guide to spot signs of trouble and protect your family and neighbours.

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