Successful Transplanting of Woodland Vegetation for Plant Salvage or Habitat Restoration Projects

Woodlands are threatened components of the natural landscape in many parts of southern Ontario. Private land stewardship, natural heritage planning, and conservation programs can protect and maintain many of these woodlands. But as our population grows, portions of wooded areas will continue to be removed from the landscape as part of approved development plans. One way to counter this loss of natural diversity is to salvage small trees, shrubs, wildflowers, ferns and other plants from areas that are slated for development and then use them in nearby restoration projects.

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