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total planted: 61,150
May.2015 - Apr.2016
tentree is working with the CGS Regreening Program to enhance the natural environment and increase biodiversity to improve terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems on barren landscape left in ruins after the mining boom in the early 19t read more...
May.2016 - present
tentree wants to help restore the precious ecosystem that was lost in the province we call our home. We’re excited to announce a new rehabilitation project in Lac La Ronge Provincial Park in partnership with the provincial governm read more...
May.2016 - present
The support provided by tentree and its supporters, in partnership with Parks Canada, enables the planting of balsam fir for forest restoration, helps Parks Canada engage visitors and raises awareness to the project.
rainy seasonSeeds are typically planted in nurseries a few months before the onset of the major rainy season. The trees are then transplanted once the rainy season begins, as the water is necessary for keeping the young plants alive.
dry seasonThe dry season is an extended period of little rainfall, low humidity, and high risk of water and/or rivers drying up. Some locations will also become prone to bush and forest fires due to the lack of moisture in vegetation.
nurseriesTree nurseries are established, either with plastic pots or directly seeded in raised beds, to grow the trees we will be planting.They are taken care of until they can be transplanted at desired sites when the rains arrive.
transplantingSeedlings are taken from a nursery (in a plastic pot or as a bare-rooted tree) and replanted in a new, permanent location. Transplanting occurs once the rains become consistent.
seed harvestingOnce the trees have matured, their seeds can be collected, thereby eliminating the need to purchase any. This collection can be in the form of a few individual trees, or a larger Seed Bank, depending on the scale of need.
seed purchasingSeed purchasing occurs when there is not a local supply of desired seed. Purchase can come from a variety of sources, but ideally is from a local farmer we are working with who is producing them as an additional source of income
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