Mutli organization planting partnership (Mopp)

MOPP 2018 Group photo

MOPP 2018 Group photo

On May 5th, 2018, the Aylmer District Trapper's Council (ADTC) in conjunction with Gurr Auto of St. Thomas, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (Zone J), and Kettle Creek Conservation Authority (KCCA) of Elgin County, commenced in a planting partnership with a goal of planting one-thousand trees on a KCCA property north of St. Thomas, Ontario. While the most recognizable result of the effort will be the trees planted, the primary goal of the effort was to promote stewardship and thereby a vested interest in our natural spaces. With the success of this partnership, the ADTC will be looking toward the future for further opportunities to strengthen and contribute to the conservation community.


MOPP 2018 Promotional Image

MOPP 2018 Promotional Image

Left to right, Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP), Greg Holden (ADTC P), Dale Ouelette (ADTC Oxford Director)

Left to right, Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP), Greg Holden (ADTC P), Dale Ouelette (ADTC Oxford Director)

Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP) speaking during the MOPP 2018 opening with Betsy Mclure (KCCA Stewardship Supervisor)

Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP) speaking during the MOPP 2018 opening with Betsy Mclure (KCCA Stewardship Supervisor)

Dale Ouelette (ADTC Oxford Director) and sons, Greg Holden (ADTC P) getting more seedlings

Dale Ouelette (ADTC Oxford Director) and sons, Greg Holden (ADTC P) getting more seedlings

Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP) filling buckets with Betsy Mclure (KCCA Stewardship Supervisor)

Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP) filling buckets with Betsy Mclure (KCCA Stewardship Supervisor)

MOPP 2018 Group photo

MOPP 2018 Group photo

Greg Holden (ADTC P), Dale Ouelette (ADTC Oxford Director) and son's during lunch provided by OFAH Zone J

Greg Holden (ADTC P), Dale Ouelette (ADTC Oxford Director) and son's during lunch provided by OFAH Zone J

ADTC Executive members queuing up for a hotdog lunch by the OFAH Zone J 

ADTC Executive members queuing up for a hotdog lunch by the OFAH Zone J 

Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP) bringing shovels to volunteers

Shaun Meehan (ADTC VP) bringing shovels to volunteers