Ontario is home to four main forest regions, each with unique characteristics and species. These forest regions are the Hudson Bay Lowlands, the Boreal forest, the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence forest and the Deciduous forest. Each as biodiverse as the next, and each of them as breathtaking.
Ontario's forests are diverse in tree species ranging from Willow trees, Birch trees, White Cedar trees, Oak trees and more. Ontario forests have suffered from agriculture needs and wildfires. Planting trees in Ontario will greatly impact CO2 emissions and have a positive impact on biodiversity in these areas.
With every purchase, you will receive an e-mail with the official My Tree Planet Color Certificate. This e-mail will be sent within 24 hours after you make a purchase. You can also order a physical copy of this Certificate.