OUR MISSION: ACER ACER supports communities, government agencies and corporations in taking action to reduce biodiversity loss and strengthen climate resilience by increasing and monitoring urban and riparian zone forest canopy.

Helping communities take action to fight global climate change
The Association for Canadian Educational Resources (ACER) is a charitable organization founded in 1987 with the initial goal to create more Canadian-centric scientific educational materials and activities for students of all ages. Over the last 35 years ACER has done so much more, working to educate schools and communities on the importance of environmental stewardship, and support the community in taking science-based climate action to reduce biodiversity loss and improve resiliency to global climate change, with a specific focus on trees and their crucial role in our environment. ACER’s tree planting, measuring and monitoring initiatives in both urban and riparian zones continue to help make communities greener, happier and healthier.
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Celebrating Pollinator Week!

June 20, 2024: Did you know that June 17-23 is Pollinator Week? Pollinator Week was initiated and is managed by Pollinator Partnership (P2), a charity founded to promote the health of pollinators through conservation, education, and research. This special week is dedicated to celebrating the vital role that pollinators play in our ecosystems, our economy and our agriculture, and raising awareness about how to

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ACER’s Collaboration with the BEA’s 2023-2024 Rooted in Hope Initiative

ACER is pleased to announce the completion of our collaboration with the Brampton Environmental Alliance and their 2023-2024 Rooted in Hope initiative! ACER’s role in this initiative was leading training on tree monitoring and training on environmental outreach and educational leadership. The tree monitoring training included how to use tree measurement equipment, identify tree species, check for possible tree health issues, evaluate management practices

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