Monthly Archives: June 2021


Author: Sam Scarlett, City of Hamilton The City of Hamilton is unique! The Niagara Escarpment separates the “Lower City” and “The Mountain”. Stoney Creek, Dundas, Ancaster, Glanbrook and Flamborough are also part of the City of Hamilton. Cootes Paradise and the Dundas Valley are recognized biodiversity hotspots. Each distinct area […]

Free Trees in Hamilton!



Author: Jade Schofield, OUFC The 2020 Tree Cities of the world World have been announced and communities across Canada are once again demonstrating their commitment to manage and enhance the urban forest on a global scale.   The Tree Cities of the World program was developed as a result of the […]

Announcing 2020 Tree Cities of the World



Author: Sadia Butt, OUFC Dr. Dibyendu Roy was a prominent figure in my life while a student at the Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto. He provided encouragement and collegial mentorship to students even if they were not under his supervision. He was always smiling or had a contemplative look, […]

In Memorium, Dr. Dibyendu Roy (1935-2021)