Community Partners S – Z
Save The Oak Ridges Moraine (STORM) Coalition is focused on protecting the ecological integrity of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Since 1989, STORM has been working at the local and regional levels to ensure that municipalities make good planning decisions that respect the environmental significance of the moraine and that take into account its ecological and hydrological functions.
Sierra Club Peel group is a group of concerned citizens who volunteer their time to carry out environmental campaigns and conservation projects within the Peel Region. The group’s aim is to educate and empower the residents of Peel to be defenders and responsible stewards of the natural environment.
The Peel group has three goals:
- To advocate for sustainable urban centres, and low impact development that protects watershed health.
- To encourage innovative transit solutions that make Peel more bikeable, walkable, and carbon free.
- To protect and enhance natural areas in Peel, such as the Credit Valley and Woodlands in Mississauga, the Greenbelt in northwest Brampton, and Peel Region’s watersheds, namely the Credit River, Etobicoke Creek and Humber River watersheds.
Alternate Name: Sierra Peel
Mailing Address: 23 Peel Ave
Postal Code: L6W 1X1
Phone Number: (905) 457-9513
Phone Number: (905) 457-9513
Membership size: 300
Soka Gakkai International (SGI) is a global organization devoted to peace, culture and education, based on the humanistic Buddhist philosophy of Nichiren Daishonin.
Alternate Name: SGI Canada
Mailing Address: 2050 Dufferin Street
Postal Code: M6E 3R6
Phone Number: (416) 654 3211
Fax: (416) 654-3539
Phone Number: (416) 889 4191
Membership Size: 3000
South Peel Naturalist Club facilitates member’s enjoyment and study of nature; fosters awareness and public education and encourages the preservation of our natural heritage. Our programs include guest speakers at monthly meetings, field trips (throughout the year summer walks on Monday evenings), a Club Newsletter and special interest discussion/learning groups.
Membership Size: 210
With decades of practical experience in protecting our environment, educating young people, and engaging communities, TRCA works with governments, businesses, and individuals to build a greener, cleaner healthier place to live. The quality of life on Earth is being determined in the rapidly expanding city regions. Our vision is for a new kind of community, The Living City, where human settlement can flourish forever as part of nature’s beauty and diversity.
Phone Number: (416) 661-6600
The Toronto Bruce Trail Club is one of nine member clubs making up the Bruce Trail Conservancy, which is dedicated to the conservation of the Niagara Escarpment.
Phone Number: (905) 822-1877
Membership size: 3000
The Greg Clark Chapter of Trout Unlimited Canada is the oldest active chapter in the country and is focused on conserving, protecting and restoring the freshwater ecosystem and cold water resources of the Credit River for current and future generations.
Phone Number: (416) 656-5277
The Upper Credit Field Naturalists is made up of people who share a common interest in the natural environment: enjoying it, preserving it, and learning more about it, in all of its incredible complexity and beauty. We organize a variety of activities throughout the year, including the ever-popular spring and Christmas bird counts, wildflower walks and other field trips. The Club was founded in 1986 and is managed by an Executive Committee that is elected by the membership each year.
Phone Number: (519) 925-3968
Membership size: 100
The Whole Village Property Co-operative is a community with a commitment to sustainability and land stewardship seeking to live together in harmony with each other and with the natural habitat.
Alternate Name: Whole Village Ecovillage
Mailing Address: 20725 Shaws Creek Rd
Postal Code: L7K 1L7
Phone Number: (519) 941-1099
Phone Number: (519) 942-4010
Phone Number: (519) 942-1935
Membership Size: 11
The Willow Park Ecology Centre contributes to the education, engagement, and self-awareness of citizens about ecologically and environmentally sustainable futures though meaningful learning experiences.
Phone number: (905) 877-2579
Phone: (905) 703-7147