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Tree Cutting

The Conservation Authority does engage from time to time in tree cutting within its land holdings. Whether it be the removal of hazard trees adjacent to public trails or plantation management, tree cutting is always carried out in good forestry practice and in accordance with the Authority’s Managed Forest Tax Incentive Plan (MFTIP).

The Conservation Authority does not regulate private lands tree cutting, however, many of our member municipalities do. Those local municipalities without a tree cutting/preservation by-law of their own, may choose to enforce the Region of Durham’s Tree Conservation By-law.

Tree Cutting
Tree Cutting Photo: CLOCA
 

The following local municipalities within CLOCA’s jurisdiction have their own tree by-laws in place; individual bylaws can be acquired through the links below:

Town of Whitby (PDF)
City of Oshawa (PDF)
Municipality of Clarington (application to destroy trees) (PDF)
Town of Ajax (PDF)
City of Pickering (PDF)

 
   
 
 
 

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