Skip to content

OPSEU rallies to save the Ontario Tree Seed Plant

Les racines de nos communautes - L'installation de conditionnement des semences forestieres de l'Ontario
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email

OPSEU Local 313 hosted a rally and family barbecue on Saturday in Angus to boost support for the Ontario Tree Seed Plant.  The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry announced last week it would review the previous Liberal government’s plan to close the facility this fall.

otsp_rally_collage.jpg

OPSEU would like to thank everyone who came out – with a special shout-out to Somerville Nurseries for donating 100 seedlings.

Please visit www.opseu.org/treeseedplant for more information and to send a letter to Minister Jeff Yurek, asking him to keep the Ontario Tree Seed Plant open, and keep it public!

otsp_rally_bbq_1.jpg

The look of determination

otsp_rally_bbq2.jpg

Picnics are best when served with a good cause.

otsp_rally_crowd.jpg

All eyes were on the goal: keeping the tree seed plant open and public.

otsp_rally_elaine.jpg

MNRF MERC co-chair Elaine Bagnall rallies the troops.

otsp_rally_group_smiling.jpgT

The friendliest rally in Canada.

otsp_rally_sandy_kursis.jpg

AWARE Essa member Sandy Kursis ain’t taking no for an answer.

otsp_rally_bbq_ebms_l313.jpg

From left tor right: Local 313 First VP Tara Fox, OPSEU Region 3 VP Sara Labelle, Local 313 President Heather Dargavel and OPSEU Region 3 Executive Board Member Janel Perron flip burgers. Seeds with that?

otsp_rally_sara_speaking.jpg

OPSEU Region 3 Vice-President Sara Labelle: speaking out for Ontario’s one-of-a-kind tree seed plant.

fb_img_1532548283160.jpg

A tree grows in Angus: Somerville Nurseries donated 100 seedlings.