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Participate in 375 000 trees

How the program works

The Scientific Committee

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FOR THE AREA’S BIODIVERSITY

FOR THE 375TH BIRTHDAY OF MONTREAL

FOR THE BEAUTY OF YOUR COMMUNITY

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Help us plant 375,000 trees and become a change maker by greening the Greater Montréal!

In line with the city’s Canopy action plan and the Regional Management and Development Plan (PMAD), 375,000 trees intends to increase the canopy index of the Greater Montreal by 3% through the plantation of 375,000 new trees by 2017. Read more

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Funding
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Plantation Projects
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Selection by the Scientific Committee
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Tree Plantation
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Identification
Everybody is invited to participate by giving 10 $ to plant one tree. Plantation projects can be submitted at any time. The scientific committee reunites twice a year to evaluate the submitted plantation projects. Selected projects are then funded. Selected tree planting projects are realized each year, in spring and fall. Once the trees planted, donors can identify their trees with personalized messages on our interactive map.

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Every tree-planting project submitted to 375 000 trees is presented to the programs’ scientific committee, composed of researchers and professionals working in biodiversity, urban ecology and sustainable development, for evaluation and selection purposes. Learn more about the experts by clicking on their picture:

 

Jérôme Dupras Maud Fillion Xavier Francoeur Christian Messier Alain Paquette Jean-Patrick Toussaint Marc-André Rhéaume

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The ecological region of the Greater Montreal comprises the highest biodiversity within the Quebec province, its best farmland and half of its population. Creating a green and blue belt aims at ensuring a harmonious coexistence between city, nature and agriculture by establishing planning and management tools at the ecosystem scale. Since the 1960s, the region has lost half of its wetlands and forests, in addition to losing a third of its farmland. The creation of a green belt for the Greater Montreal aims at reversing this trend.


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Discover some of the species planted within the program :

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