Encana Wellsite Reclamation 2011

site overview
Site overview
planting pine in the site
Planting pine in the site
pine tree planted among the debris
Pine tree planted among the debris


Tree Time Services was hired to assist in the reclamation of 3.5 hectares of land that was formerly an Encana well site and access road near Lodgepole, Alberta. We were asked to grow, deliver and plant the trees on a previously prepared site.


This was a pretty straightforward site to re-vegetate and our focus was on working efficiently and safely.


In consultation with the client, we selected a mix of white pine and lodgepole pine for the site to be planted at 2,000 stems per hectare.

We sourced seed from the appropriate seed zone and grew the approximately 7,000 seedlings required to reclaim the site at the Smoky Lake Forest Nursery.

In the middle of July, 2011, we delivered the trees to the site and one of our two man crews planted the whole site in two days.

planter hard at work

For assistance with oilfield reclamation call 1-866-873-3846.

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