All species of ash are susceptible to attack, except mountain ash, which is not.
Through a partnership with the City of Ottawa, SNC is administering a fourth year of the program to assist landowners within the City of Ottawa, affected by the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) on private Cost-share funding will support the removal of infected Ash tree(s) and replacement with native tree(s).Complete applications must include all of the following:Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
City of Ottawa’s ash tree injection program Starting summerthe City of Ottawa will be shifting to inject ash trees every 2 years (ash trees were previously injected every year). This approach is in line with researched best practices for tree injections and is supported by monitoring of declining emerald ash borer populations.
As part of a partnership with the City of Ottawa, South Nation Conservation is offering a new Ash Tree Replacement Pilot Program to assist landowners within the City of Ottawa affected by the EAB on private property. Landowners may be eligible to receive up toin cost-share funding towards the removal and replacement of an infected Ash tree on their property, up to a maximum of 5, per Estimated Reading Time: 50 secs.
Tree Removal Program Application Upon application of the property owner, the City of Ottawa can assist owners in the removal of dead/dying/ dangerous trees located in adjacent public property/berm. Up to 50% to a maximum of /tree (removal of ash tree and planting of a replacement tree), maximum 5,/landowner Funding is allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Eligible Applicants: Landowners within the City of Ottawa Retro-active applications (work completed prior to August 15) are not eligible .