Our projects across Ontario showcase our continuous efforts, leadership, and focus on scientific R&D to help conserve our native landscapes. We’re always working with our partners to scale up source-identified wild-type native plant populations, which are critical to ecological restoration efforts:

  • Nature Conservancy Canada:

    Completed over 1,000 acres of habitat restoration on Norfolk Forests & Long Point Wetland areas

  • ACCIONA Canada & 407ETR Concession Company:

    Supplying native plants, seed, & expertise for major Highway projects, such as Herb Gray Parkway in Windsor & Highway 407East north of the GTA

  • Syngenta & Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association:

    Providing native seed and conservation expertise to Ontario’s Operation Pollinator and Pollinator Partnerships projects

  • Conservation authorities & organizations – such as Carolinian Canada:

    Supplying millions of native tree seedlings, native plants, and seed mixes over the past 10 years

  • Pollinative & partners:

    Supporting habitat restoration for native bees and their pollination benefits

  • World Wildlife Fund (WWF):

    Spearheading the establishment of an Ontario Native Plant Growers association to ensure wild-type native seed and plants are restored in a sustainable manner that promotes environmental conservation

  • HydroOne Networks:

    Providing native plant solutions to seed thousands of acres of power corridors for Ontario’s largest electricity transmission and distribution utility

  • Ontario Cities & Municipalities:

    Restoring regions across Toronto, Mississauga, London, Hamilton, Sudbury, Ottawa, Norfolk County, Brant County, and many others

  • Niagara Parks Commission:

    Enhancing hundreds of acres of degraded lands and retired agricultural areas as native grasslands and other habitats

  • Corporate partners – like Fiat Chrysler, Brampton Assembly Plant:

    Providing grounds naturalization – using native plants and meadows – to reduce mowing and herbicide use, improve water quality, and reduce maintenance costs

  • Local landowners & gardeners:

    Supplying Ontario native plants to improve property quality and biodiversity

Featured Project – Ontario Native Plant Growers

  • We’re developing for Ontario a conservation-focused Native Plant Strategy and a Conservation Seed Network by working with our partners, such as the Ontario Plant Restoration Alliance & WWF
  • Our goal is to raise public awareness of big seed brokers & retailers, such as Ontario Seed Company, Pic Seed, TSC, Home Hardware, and others, who haven’t been playing by scientific conservation principles