Tree Seedling Program

Help grow our tree canopy!

The Town of Caledon's Tree Seedling program provides residents with the option to purchase potted trees and bundled seedlings.

Did you know? Since the program began, more than 187,548 trees and shrubs have been distributed to private landowners.

Thank you to those that placed a 2022 Tree Seedling Program order. Please see the 'Order pick up' tab for 2022 pick up day details.

Orders Now Closed

How the program works

The  Tree Seedling Program offers potted trees, potted shrubs, bundled seedlings and extended tree products to Caledon landowners, residents, businesses and schools.

The Tree Seedling Program helps to reduce the local impacts of climate change, improves local air quality and contributes to expanding Caledon’s tree cover and broader provincial tree planting goals. You can participate in the Tree Seedling Program through these easy steps:

  1. Place your order via the online store by May 6, 2022
  2. Pick up your trees on Saturday May 28, 2022
Order pick up

The 2022 Tree Seedling Program pick up day will be Saturday May 28 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m at Work Yard 1 (8820 Castlederg Side Road). Pick up day details below:


  • When you enter the Work Yard, you will be greeted by a Town of Caledon staff member who will provide instruction and guide you where to park your vehicle.
  • Once your vehicle is parked and ready for loading, we will ask you to turn your engine off.
  • Remain in your vehicle. Staff will load your potted tree order into your vehicle for you.
  • Be sure to have a piece of photo ID indicating your Caledon address
  • There will be no public access to the interior of the building.
  • Representatives from the local conservation authorities will be on site at pick up day if you have technical questions about your trees, including how to plant them. 
  • Meet our Invasive Species Coordinator to receive a free burlap wrap kit and learn how to protect your trees from spongy moth!

If you are sending someone else to pick up your order, please with their name and contact information. 

Additional services

The  Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) provide extended tree services and programs including free site visits and technical support, cost subsidies, a customized planting plan and hand or machine planting services.  

Please note that these services are intended for larger (2 or more acres) property owners. If interested, please contact your respective conservation authority. 

To find out who you should contact, first use these maps determine if you are in the CVC watershed or the TRCA watershed.

Learn more:

Contact our partners

Contact Information
Organization Program Contact
Credit Valley Conservation Reforestation Planting Program 
Credit Valley Conservation Naturalization Planting Program & Direct Sale Program

Jess Malone

905-670-1615 x.714 

Toronto & Region Conservation Authority Forestry Programs, Private Land Tree Planting Program, Direct Sale

Katleya Young-Chin

416-661-6600 x. 5636