​​​​​​​​​​September is Brampton Tree Month! Come and celeb​​rate #BramptonTrees all month long with us. Checkout the activities we hosted in September 2023 and stay tuned for 2024!​

Connect with us on social media (Instagram,Facebook​) and participate in our tree trivia!

Follow us and learn more about trees and Brampton's urban forest. Snap photos of your favourite tree or trees in Brampton and share them on social media using #BramptonTrees for a chance to be featured on our channels @CityBrampton and website at www.brampton.ca/treemonth

Tour the Trees Bike Tour

Join Parks and Forestry and Bike Brampton on a free bike ride as we learn about the significant trees in our backyard and finish off your ride with a free barbeque!

Date and time: Sunday, September 10 at 9:45 AM

Start/End Location: Terry Miller Recreation Centre (1295 Williams Pkwy)

Click here for registration details

Residential Tree Giveaway (Registration opens September 1st)

In celebration of Brampton Tree Month, Brampton residents can register for a free tree! Quantities are limited. Trees are restricted to one per household and can be planted on private property only (front or back yards). If you received a tree during our Spring Residential Tree Giveaway, you will not qualify for the Fall giveaway. Residents must register to participate and agree to certain conditions. 1 tree per household will be available for pickup in-person the weekend of September 23rd-24th.

Tree Planting Event (Registration opens September 1st)​

Join Scouts and City staff as we plant native trees and shrubs to restore wildlife habitat!

Where: Gore Meadows

When: September 23 | 10 am – 12 pm

Participate in Our Photography Contest​

Celebrate Tree Month by exploring Brampton's beautiful trails, capture a tree photo for your chance to win your own copy of the Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben!

Story Walk at Chinguacousy Park

Take a stroll through Chinguacousy Park and read along with Tree Song by Tiffany Stone and Holly Hatam. This picture book tells us about of the life cycle of a tree from birth to maturity for all ages to enjoy. The book pages are posted on light poles throughout the park!


 Self Guided Tree Walk

Welcome to the self-guided tree walk at Conservation Drive Park, in celebration of Brampton Tree Month! This walk will guide you through one of the city’s beautiful forests. By using the map link button, you will learn about some of the unique tree species in Brampton, how to identify them and their importance to wildlife. Have fun and happy exploring!

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Self Guided Tree Walk

Launch Map

 Additional Events

Celebrate Trees with Cana​da!

Celebrate National Forest Week (September 17th-23th) and National Tree Day (September 20st) with the rest of Canada by participating in events and activities lead by Tree Canada​ and the Canadian Institute of Forestry.

Get involved through our Partners

Get involved and check out these amazing tree and urban forest related programs and events through Credit Valley Conservation and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.​

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Contact Brampton Urban Forestry