Partner Organizations

Municipal Partners

Community Partners

CVC believes in “conservation through cooperation” and works with a number of community groups, schools, fishing clubs, local businesses, naturalists, etc. on various projects to improve the health of the Credit River Watershed. Community groups participate in various projects throughout the Watershed including tree planting, stream restoration work, hosting workshops, and helping us to better understand the watershed.

CVC supports these efforts by:

  1. providing information and expert advice
  2. providing access to materials, supplies and funding sources
  3. facilitating partnerships among these groups
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