Nature Canada

Planting 2 Billion Trees

Canada has lost about 3.3 million hectares of forests since 1975, an area more than half the size of Nova Scotia.

Help us maximize biodiversity, climate change mitigation and bring justice for Indigenous and racialized communities through the reforestation of hundreds of thousands of square hectares.

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Two people holding of young sprout trees growing seedlings
two people holding of young sprout trees growing seedlings, SuperOhMo

How We're Helping

Nature Canada is working with partner nature groups and community organizations across the country who are bringing the federal 2 Billion Trees program to their communities. Whether it’s engaging local decision-makers to ask whether our communities will get their fair share, or it’s organizations leading tree planting efforts, we need to be asking what opportunities the 2 Billion Trees program can create in our communities.

Sun Shining Through Tree in Forest, Dani Vincek

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Our goal is to grow permanent and additional forest cover across Canada by mobilizing governments and organizations to plant billions of trees and reforest hundreds of thousands of square hectares. Whether it’s engaging local decision-makers or championing local communities, be the first to know about our efforts to sustain biodiversity, climate, and people.


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Canada’s wilderness is the world’s envy. It’s our duty to keep our true north strong and green.

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