• Mission Statement : to encourage the development,
    improvement and active management of private
    woodlots
  • Long Term Goals : to increase the forest cover in
    Haldimand County and to establish corridors for wildlife
Tree Plantings:
H&AWOA is one of the community groups involved with Trees Ontario.
Since 2008, 143.4 acres have been planted, with over 130,000 native
tree seedlings and nuts on 18 properties within Haldimand County.
For more info visit our 'Corridor/Tree Planting' page.
Past and Ongoing Projects:
Learning Events, Tours, Workshops, Connecting Wildlife
Corridors, Tree Plantings, Seed Collecting, Seedling
Give-A-Ways, White Pine Seedling Dig Ups,
Growing Trees from Seed, White Pine Seed Orchard
Management and more!
H&AWOA  © 2000 - 2017   
All rights reserved.
Established in 1997, H&AWOA became
a Chapter of OWA in 2007
wetland plantings
The Haldimand & Area Woodlot Owners Association works in
cooperation with the Haldimand Stewardship Council.
White Pine Seed Orchard:
H&AWOA has an agreement with Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) to
care for the White Pine Seed Orchard in Haldimand.  One year
we harvested 83.2 hl of pine cone seeds. That’s 3.5 million seeds!
For more info visit our 'White Pine Seed Orchard' page.
delicate morsels from the
White Pine Seed Orchard
Motto :
the true meaning
of life is to plant
trees under
whose shade
you do not
expect to sit
Counter
We are affiliated with these
groups - visit their sites below
Haldimand County is where
the waters of the southern
Grand River meet Lake Erie.
haldimandcounty.on.ca
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HALDIMAND & AREA WOODLOT OWNERS ASSOCIATION
sounds from the woodlot
Teachers / Students / Parents - get forest activities and lesson plans
for Gr. 1 - 12  at
www.focusonforests.ca
3200 Years of History in One Picture
AMAZING!  
click here
H&AWOA UPCOMING 2017/2018 EVENTS:
FOR ALL EVENT DETAILS click here
    NEW BOOK AVAILABLE SOON!
The Ontario Woodlot Association   
The First Quarter Century: 1992 - 2017
Click here to see flyer
Designed and edited by Peter Hill of H&AWOA
$25 per copy - Order through H&AWOA

SEND A REQUEST TO Dan Romanoski
danromanoski@hawoa.com

SPECIES AT RISK may be in HALDIMAND!
The Round-leaved Greenbrier; a plant species
listed as Threatened under the Species at Risk
Act may be present in our region! Here is a link
to this woodland vine info -
CLICK HERE
If you have this vine
on your property,
input would be
greatly appreciated:

EMAIL
Julianna Galvis
or CALL 416-739-5890
Consultations Assistant, Canadian
Wildlife Service
Environment and Climate Change
Canada / Government of Canada