Cornwall, ON (September 6, 2018) The Raisin Region Conservation Authority (RRCA) is proud to announce they will once again be working with TD to deliver a TD Tree Days event on Saturday, September 15th, between 9am and 12pm at the Cornwall Marina Cooperative site on Montreal Road.
A total of 300 potted trees and shrubs will be planted which will count towards TD FEF’s goal of planting 1 million trees by 2030. “Tree plantings provide an opportunity for community involvement and play a vital role in protecting shorelines from erosion, improving water quality and creating wildlife habitat along watercourses” says Normand Génier, RRCA’s Forestry Specialist. He went on to say: “This year, there will also be an unveiling of three interpretive signs during the event, and as always, a free BBQ!”
If you are unable to personally attend the event in your community, please share the event within your network to help us fill the volunteer positions. If you would like to join the RRCA and volunteer for the event, please register by clicking on the following link: visit www.tdtreedays.com and search your location in the search box on the top right hand corner. Don’t forget to bring a shovel!
About Raisin Region Conservation Authority
The Raisin Region Conservation Authority has been working effectively with our community partners for over fifty years to protect and enhance our local environment. It carries out this role through programs and services related to water and land management, conservation, recreation and plan input/review and community education. For more information, visit www.rrca.on.ca.
About TD Tree Days
For eight years, TD Tree Days has helped build healthy and vibrant communities by facilitating the planting of over 300,000 native trees and shrubs across the country. This year, TD launched The Ready Commitment – a multi-year initiative to open doors for a more inclusive and sustainable tomorrow. TD Tree Days is joining this commitment by growing and enhancing green spaces and helping to bring more people together through the outdoors.