Community Partners A – D
To contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.
Membership size: 60+
Educating communities to monitor and take ecological action – focus on changes in biodiversity due to climate change impacts.
Alternate Name: Climate’s Sake
Mailing Address: Unit #44, 3665 Flamewood Drive
Postal Code: L4Y 3P5
Phone Number: (905) 275-7685
Website: www.acer-acre.org www.climatesake.ca
Phone Number: (9050 275-7685
Membership Size: 40
The Alton Grange Association (AGA) is an incorporated, non-profit volunteer group who manages the Grange property in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR). The Grange property consists of 350 acres and is situated adjacent to the village of Alton in the Town of Caledon. To date the group has helped build a boardwalk, clear trails, collect garbage and plant trees. They have also hosted educational days on the property in partnership with MNR.
A group of dedicated men & women representing Orangeville and area, who believe that by working together we will accomplish far more than would be possible as individuals
The Belfountain Community Organization is committed to enhancing the rural, cultural and environmental integrity of the Hamlet of Belfountain and environs. Each Saturday prior to Thanksgiving weekend we co-host the Salamander Festival with CVC; its food and fun for the entire family! Great entertainment, a fantastic silent auction, unique vendors, and interesting activities at the Belfountain Conservation Area are all part of the experience.
Alternate Name: BCO
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 15
Postal Code: NOB 1TO
President, Jenni LeForestier, 519-927-5558 firstname.lastname@example.org
External Vice-President, Judy Mabee, 519-316-0222 email@example.com
Internal Vice-President, Ian MacCallum, 519-927-7729 firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer, Robert Burr, 519-927-5359 email@example.com
Secretary, Darryl Mabee, 519-316-0222 firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership size: 15
Our students, staff and community are committed to develop the whole child through authentic environmental learning using community based opportunities and the natural environment.
Mailing Address: 17247 Shaws Creek Road
Postal Code: L7K 0E8
Phone Number: (519) 927-5212
Phone Number: (519) 927-5212
Phone Number: (519) 927-5212
The Brampton Environmental Community Advisory Panel is a community based advocacy group concerned with the health of our natural environment. Membership is open to all residents of Brampton. Members strive to promote sustainable development, elimination of toxins and pollutants in our air, soil and water, and protection of our river systems.
Alternate Name: BECAP
Mailing Address: 23 Peel Ave
Postal Code: L6W 1X1
Phone Number: (905) 457 9513
Phone number: (905) 457 9513
Membership Size: 8
The Bruce Trail Conservancy is a charitable organization committed to establishing a conservation corridor containing a public footpath along the Niagara Escarpment, in order to protect its natural ecosystems and to promote environmentally responsible public access to this UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
The Caledon Countryside Alliance is a non-profit organization that works to ensure that Caledon maintains its rural nature. The main objective is to raise awareness of the importance and value of the countryside. The organization runs membership programs including weekly hikes, a speaker series, a voice for the Caledon Environmental Community and email updates.
Mailing Address: PO Box 69 Stn Inglewood
City: Caledon On
Postal Code: L7C 3L6
The Coalition of Concerned Citizens is committed to ensuring good land use planning in Caledon – particularly associated with defeating the Rockfort Quarry application.
Alternate Name: The CCC
Mailing Address: 446 the Grange Side Rd
City: Terra Cotta
Postal Code: L7K1G4
Phone Number: (905) 838-2590
Fax: (905) 838-4586
Coalition on the Niagara Escarpment (CONE) monitors the Niagara Escarpment meetings and reports the decisions made. CONE has members at the planning table to assist in identifying sensitive areas and help plan around environmental issues to avoid damaging the endangered species of plants and animals living on the Niagara Escarpment. CONE develops positions on issues and publishes policy statements.
Alternate Name: CONE
Mailing Address: 193 James St. South
Postal Code: L8P 3A8
Phone Number: (905) 257-4585
Fax: (905) 527-6254
Phone Number: (905)257-4585
Membership size: 200+
The Credit River Alliance (CRA) is comprised of 29 environmental and community groups in the Credit Valley Watershed who share a common concern in protecting the quality and quantity of our water.
Phone Number: (905) 838-0041
Membership size: 29
The Credit River Anglers Association (CRAA) is a non profit conservation group that works to improve fish access and habitat for all species of fish within the Credit River and GTA rivers including salmon, trout, bass and minnows to improve fish diversity.
Alternate Name: CRAA
Mailing Address: 128 Queen Street South, PO 42093
Postal Code: L5M 1K8
Phone Number: (905) 814-5794
Fax: (905) 821-0891
Membership size: 500
The Credit Valley Heritage Society is a registered not-for-profit organization formed in 2008 under the Ontario Historical Society Act. We work with a variety of stakeholders, including government agencies, community-based organizations, businesses and NGOS, in supporting, preserving and celebrating the natural and cultural heritage of the Credit River watershed. Working in partnership, the goals of the Credit Valley Heritage Society are:
1. To be a voice for the protection and restoration of the natural heritage features of the Credit River watershed, including its rivers, lakes and streams, forests, wetlands and grasslands.
2. To champion the preservation, restoration and rehabilitation of the cultural heritage features of the Credit River watershed, including built cultural heritage features as well as landscapes.
3. To value the Credit River watershed’s natural and cultural environments and to foster understanding of their inter-relationships.
4. To connect with residents of the Credit River watershed as well as other watershed based organizations to build a community of care for the river and all of its parts.
The Credit River Watershed bonds its communities together; its health defines our health, its history our history. A healthy, robust and sustainably managed watershed that respects nature’s sacred balance and preserves landmarks of generations past is within reach for our future. Together, we can achieve it.
The Credit Valley Heritage Society is a community-based organization working towards the betterment of the Credit River watershed. We promote, foster respect, and support planning for an ecologically healthy watershed.
Alternate Name: CVHS
Mailing Address: c/o 17 McNabb Street
Postal Code: L7G 3L5
Phone Number: (905) 877-0718
Membership size: 40