Love is in the Air

Love is in the Air

Today’s the day we celebrate love and relationships. But did you know love is all around us in nature? This Valentine’s Day we’re marking a different kind of romance, one that lives in the Credit… Continue Reading

Learn to care for forests, wetlands and streams

Learn to care for forests, wetlands and streams

What sounds do you hear in thriving forests, wetlands and streams? There’s the sound of a blue jay calling an alarm when it spots a nearby predator. There’s the rattling call of a kingfisher as… Continue Reading

More Trees in the Ground

More Trees in the Ground

Forests are a vital part of the Earth’s life-support system. They clean air and make oxygen, moderate temperature, and reduce wind and soil erosion. They’re incredible places to hike and unwind. To get the most… Continue Reading

Thank you to our 2018 CVC Volunteers

Thank you to our 2018 CVC Volunteers

If you would like to get involved with our volunteers in 2019 check out our event calendar! Download a PDF here.      

Credit Valley Conservation’s CAO <br>Reflects Back on 2018

Credit Valley Conservation’s CAO
Reflects Back on 2018

How Local Animals Survive in Winter

How Local Animals Survive in Winter

Winter’s back and it’s time to stock up on essentials like soup and firewood, and make sure your Netflix subscription is up-to-date. Everyone has a different strategy to survive the winter – and animals are… Continue Reading

Building a Strong Foundation Through Corporate Engagement

Building a Strong Foundation Through Corporate Engagement

2018 was another great year for community tree planting and environmental restoration. We’re thankful for the support from our amazing corporate partners. Together with Credit Valley Conservation Foundation (CVCF), we developed a more robust corporate… Continue Reading


What’s bugging you? Getting to know your small roommates

What’s bugging you? Getting to know your small roommates

How many bugs do you think live in your house? Unless you’re a real clean fanatic, you’ll probably see a spider here and there and the occasional silverfish or house centipede scurrying away when you… Continue Reading

Field Finds: Brewster’s Warbler

Field Finds: Brewster’s Warbler

We recently discovered a Brewster’s Warbler (pictured above) in one of our conservation areas, while doing a breeding bird survey. First discovered by William Brewster in 1874, it was initially thought to be a new… Continue Reading