Board & Advisory Members
Education & Publications
Information about Elms
How to Identify an Elm
Why Save the Elms?
What is Biodiversity?
What does Biodiversity give us?
Why does Biodiversity matter?
International Biodiversity Day
Resources on Biodiversity
Tree Health Care Certificate Program
Manitoba Elm Survival Guide
Other Information Pamphlets
Heritage Tree Program
All Trees Tell a Story
Manitoba Tree Register
Broadway Restoration Project
About the Project
Help us bring Life back to Broadway
History of the Elms of Broadway
What's Stressing the Broadway Elms?
Find an Arborist
Dutch Elm Disease (DED)
What is DED?
History of DED
What are the Symtoms of DED?
What causes DED?
How does DED Spread?
Trees Winnipeg's Recommendations for Improvements to Winnipeg's DED Program
Support increased funding for the DED Program
Setting Down New Roots
What's Bugging My Trees?
Forest Tent Caterpillars
Membership & Volunteering
Some of our many accomplishments:
Delivered Tree Care and Dutch Elm Disease (DED) workshops for the public, schools and other organizations.
Developed Neighbourhood elm guard and tree action groups.
Published tree owners manual.
Planned and naturalized trees in public parks.
Coordinated neighourhood tree banding programs to reduce the cankerworm damage.
Coordinated Basal spray programs for private property owners to prevent DED.
Maintained comprehensive tree inventories.
Advocated successfully for government funding for promising DED research at the Universities of Manitoba and Toronto.
Advocated against construction damage , insensitive development and unecessary tree removal.
Worked to have a public tree protection bylaw enacted and public tree advisory committee forms to oversee the preservation of the urban forest.
Developed partnerships with the Government of Canada, Province of Manitoba, City of Winnipeg and many community groups.
We support and participate in Manitoba university research programs (eg. the University of Manitoba DED research project and the U of Winnipeg urban tree health assessment project)
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