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Tribute Trees program honours loved ones with plantings across the Hamilton watershed.

A donation of $125 to the Foundation’s Tribute Trees is directed to our Planting Fund and is used to plant native trees and shrubs where they’re needed most on conservation lands in the Hamilton Watershed.

In addition, the name of the individual or organization being honoured is recognized on signage in the Beckett Forest in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area for a period of at least one year. An acknowledgement of the tribute is also be sent directly to the person or organization being recognized or to the family of the person being remembered.

To dedicate a tree, please visit hamiltonconservationfoundation.ca/tree

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Thank you to all the awesome volunteers who participated in our trail clean up last Friday to clean up the Hamilton-to-Brantford Rail Trail. Your efforts resulted in 300kg (that's 661 lbs!) of garbage removed from the Trail!
#volunteers #trail #CleanUp #HamOnt

With the tax deadline around the corner, it's a good time to plan out your charitable giving so that you can do more.
https://hamiltonconservationfoundation.ca/legacy-calculator-tax-season-is-the-best-time-to-think-about-your-future-and-what-comes-after/

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