Minesing Wetlands - Mad River

September 20, 2015, 9:00AM - 12:00PM

Minesing Wetlands - Mad River

3332 Baldwick Ln, , Utopia, ON L0M 1T2, CA

450 trees/shrubs planted


TD Employee Spots Available: 3 / 22
Community Spots Available: 14 / 65


Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority

TD Tree Days 2022

July 11

Since 2010, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation has been a proud supporter of the work being done by municipalities, not-for-profit groups, charitable organizations, and Indigenous groups to revitalize green spaces in communities across...

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TD Tree Days, Fall in Love with Nature

September 23

For a second year, TD Tree Days looks a little different due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This annual initiative, which normally consists of tree planting events across Canada and in the U.S. has evolved to keep the well-being of volunteers,...

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Fall in love with nature

September 28

Until we can celebrate TD Tree Days together in-person again, we encourage you to explore the outdoors with imagination and care. Try the introduction to forest therapy to connect with nature in new ways and explore the Fall in love with nature...

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Together, we were able to plant over 40,000 native trees and shrubs during TD Tree Days 2019!

December 16

TD Tree Days events wrapped up at the end of October and we are so proud of what we were able to accomplish together! In Canada, we held 140 events in 10 provinces and 1 territory, with our first ever event in Yellowknife.Over 9,000 volunteers of...

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Over 96,000 trees and growing: join TD Tree Days and contribute to TD's goal of planting 1 million trees by 2030

July 17

From extreme weather events such as intense flooding and wildfires to drastic swings in temperature, our climate is becoming more turbulent and harder to predict.[1] The financial and social effects of these events are also being felt as people...

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2019 TD Tree Days

May 27

Preparations are underway for our 2019 TD Tree Days! Please check back this summer for a full list of the 2019 events.

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Things to know before your Tree Days event

August 29

We'd love to share some important information with our volunteers to help them prepare for the planting. If you haven't registered yet, sign-up here:https://www.tdtreedays.com/en-ca/events/date Getting ready for your Tree Days event: Our events...

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Thank you!

September 23, Minesing Wetlands - Mad River

Again another successful tree planting for Barrie/Angus! We planted 450 trees in no time and this would not have been possible without you our volunteers! Thank you for your hard work! For some of you, it took you away from your family andfor most...

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Are we ready?

September 16, Minesing Wetlands - Mad River

Are we ready for our Angus TD tree planting this Sunday September 20th? Looks like Mother Nature will be nice to us again this year....a sunny day being predicted so far! Please note the parking will be at Cecile St.,Angus. We will have volunteers...

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Site Visit

August 24, Minesing Wetlands - Mad River

Went to visit this years site.... what a beautiful area along the Mad River! ....should be another great tree planting for Barrie/Angus volunteers. Stay tune for more details as the date approaches! Thanks Suzanne Philbin

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70 participants

380 Trees
(Silver Maple, Red Maple, Freeman Maple (natural Silver x Red), Yellow Birch, Paper Birch, River Birch, Hackberry, Swamp White Oak, Bur Oak, Tamarack, Bebb's Willow, Pussy Willow)
70 Shrubs
(Meadowsweet, Elderberry, Native Highbush Cranberry, Shinning Willow, Buttonbush)


69 participants

340 Trees
(Freeman Maple, Red Maple, Sugar maple, Silver Maple, Cherry Birch, Paper Birch, River Birch, Butternut, Sweet Crabapple, American Plum, Black Cherry, White Oak, Pin Oak, Red Oak, Black Oak, Mountain Ash, Saskatoon Serviceberry, Serviceberry, Low Serviceberry, Pussy Willow)
160 Shrubs
(Silky dogwood, Gray dogwood, American hazel, Beaked hazel, Bush honeysuckle, Winterberry, Ninebark, Flowering raspberry, Common Elderberry, Red elderberry, Meadowsweet, Bladdernut, Arrowwood, Nannyberry, Native Highbush Cranberry)


126 participants

367 Trees
(Freeman Maple (natural red-silver hybrid), Red Maple, Silver Maple, Paper Birch, River Birch, Swamp White Oak, Bur Oak, Speckled Adler, Tamarack, Peachleaf willow, Pussy Willow, Black willow, 17 trees donated by nursery - mixed spp)
150 Shrubs
(Buttonbush, Red oiser dogwood , Swamp rose, Bebb's Willow, Wooly headed willow, Sandbar willow, Shining Willow, Slender willow , Common Elderberry, Nannyberry, Native Highbush Cranberry)

= 10 Trees = 10 Shrubs