Facilities' Grounds Team oversees landscaping, snow and ice removal, outdoor maintenance, and greenery care, ensuring that the campus is safe and beautiful all year round.

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Understanding an urban forest's structure, function and value can promote management decisions that will improve human health and environmental quality. An assessment of the vegetation structure, function, and value of the Queen's iTree Project urban forest was conducted during 2022. Data from 1072 trees located throughout Queen's iTree Project were analyzed using the i-Tree Eco model developed by the U.S. Forest Service, Northern Research Station.

  • Number of trees: 1,072
  • Tree Cover: 13.76 acres 
  • Most common species of trees: maple spp, Norway maple, Northern red oak
  • Pollution Removal: 601.1 pounds/year (Can$343/year) 
  • Carbon Storage: 641.2 tons (Can$32.1 thousand)
  • Carbon Sequestration: 8.594 tons (Can$430/year)
  • Oxygen Production: 22.92 tons/year 
  • Replacement values: Can$1.92 million