Trees for Halton Hills

Our final planting for 2023 has now been completed along Guelph St. in Georgetown. It is part of the '2 Billion Trees' federal government program. More information is available on our 'Our Projects' page.

Trees for Halton Hills board member Don Scallen presented the activities of TFHH to the Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest on October 25th.

Rogers Muslim Community volunteers planted 200 trees in Halton Hills as a way to give back to our community on October 25th.

Trees for Halton Hills chair Don Trant and Halton Hills Mayor Ann Lawlor meeting with MP Adam van Koeverden for a '2 Billion Trees' announcement in Burlington Oct 14th.

(Left to right) MP Pam Damoff, Conservation Halton CEO Hassaan Basit, Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward, MP Milton Adam van Koeverden, Halton Hills Mayor Ann Lawlor and Don Trant, Chair of Trees for Halton Hills.

Trees for Halton Hills and CVC jointly hosted a tree planting down in the Hungry Hollow on Saturday October 14, 2023. Volunteers from across the Credit River watershed planted 150 native species trees in the area near the end of Metcalfe Court in Georgetown.  


Trees for Halton Hills volunteers at the Oct 14th Georgetown Farmer's Market
selling 'Halloween Cedar Pumpkins'

Rotary Club volunteers planted 200 trees in Georgetown on September 30th.

Atura Power volunteers planted 173 trees in Georgetown on September 21st.

It’s a Challenge!

'A tree for every resident of Halton Hills'

We’re greening our Town and hope you will want to pitch in.

The goal is one tree planted for every resident of Halton Hills.

That’s 65,000 trees in the next five years. Why? Because trees are environmental superpowers and make our Town more beautiful. Trees are essential for life! We want everyone to plant trees – homeowners, school groups, business owners, church congregations, real estate developers  and the municipal government so we can reach our goal. YOU CAN JOIN IN! Be part of the Challenge

Be part of the challenge, register your trees HERE and see them on the map below.

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We’re making progress! Halton Hills has


more trees planted to date!

We’re making progress! Halton Hills has


more trees planted to date!

We Created an Arboretum!


ar·​bo·​re·​tum | \är-bə-ˈrē-təm\

plural arboretums or arboreta \ är-​bə-​ˈrē-​tə \

Definition of arboretum

: a place where trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes