Green habitat port network

With help and expertise from the Association forestière des deux rives (AF2R), we developed the Green Habitat Port Network project in our 2017–2022 Sustainable Development Action Plan.

Started in 2018, this project is a greening initiative involving the integration of plant islands strategically located on port property to create green interfaces between the Port and the community. These plant islands help enhance the Port's existing ecological corridors, in addition to protecting the current richness of biodiversity and promoting its development. In 2018, Port employees planted 150 trees and shrubs in the Beauport Bay sector to kick off the project. In the following years, hundreds of trees, bushes and herbaceous plants were added, for a total of approximately 4,000 planted by the end of 2022.