As the province begins to gradually ease restrictions on January 31, 2022, the Town of Oakville is ready to welcome residents back to our facilities with health and safety measures in place.
The Town of Oakville engages residents to help monitor neighbourhood street trees for invasive insects, disease and other issues related to forest health. The program runs through the summer months and Ambassadors can survey as many or as few trees as they like at any time that is convenient for them.
Are you looking to learn new skills and volunteer in a meaningful way? Now is your chance. Register for one of our information and training sessions. High school students can earn volunteer hours. Email us with your address at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Data Form (pdf)
A Visual Guide to Detecting Emerald Ash Borer Damage (2006) (pdf). Natural Resources Canada, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Detecting Signs and Symptoms of Asian Longhorned Beetle Injury: Training Guide (2006) (pdf). City of Toronto, Natural Resources Canada, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, United States Department of Agriculture.