Restore a Forest

The Emerald Ash Borer has ravaged many campgrounds and trails across Ontario by targeting Ash trees, including those in Balsam Lake Provincial Park.

Since it's first detection in the Greater Toronto Area in 2007, this invasive species has killed millions of ash trees in Ontario, threatening natural habitats and forest health.


Proceeds from Every Purchase Plants Trees


Last year, we collaborated with our friends at Collective Arts Brewing to brew up a tasty ecological reforestation project for Balsam Lake Provincial Park. 

Thanks to your unwavering support, we're thrilled to announce that we're back with Collective Arts to debut their newest brew: Trail Loop Honey Lager! Proceeds from every can sold will be donated to the Balsam Lake project. 

Inspired by the natural beauty of Ontario's provincial parks, Trail Loop uses locally sourced honey and hops. The sweet, smooth lager is perfect for sipping on your patio, balcony, or sofa. 


Close up image of Collective Arts Trail Loop honey lager craft beer can.

Trail Loop will be featured in:

- The Beer Store and select grocery stores across the province

- Collective Arts breweries (Hamilton and downtown Toronto)

- Collective Arts website

Every purchase helps our parks!

Hit the Trail in Style

Collective Arts has created a Ball Cap and Nalgene bottle based on Trail Loop's design.

50% of the proceeds from both the hat and Nalgene will be donated to Balsam Lake's reforestation efforts!

While Trail Loop is available at locations throughout the province, this merch is available to purchase exclusively on the Collective Arts' site.

Looking for more ways to get involved?

If you're keen to support reforestation at Balsam Lake Provincial Park, please consider donating directly!