Youth Continue Environmental Leadership During the Pandemic

Youth Continue Environmental Leadership During the Pandemic

Each year hundreds of youth volunteer with us to learn about nature and take environmental action. Through our Frontline program, participants, called Frontliners, take part in workshops and stewardship activities to develop their leadership skills,… Continue Reading

How You’re Inspired by Nature

How You’re Inspired by Nature

Social media is a great tool for sharing outdoor adventures throughout the Credit River Watershed. On February 10, we officially reached 6,000 followers on Instagram! To celebrate this milestone and to say thank you, we… Continue Reading

Grow Your Invasive Species Knowledge

Grow Your Invasive Species Knowledge

We can’t see them now but lurking beneath the snow are invasive plants. Next week is Invasive Species Awareness Week. It’s the perfect time to learn more about these pesky plants so you can avoid… Continue Reading

Love in the Credit River Watershed

Love in the Credit River Watershed

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, which makes it the perfect time to celebrate love in the Credit River Watershed. According to the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF), about five per cent of all mammal species… Continue Reading

Winter Tree Identification

Winter Tree Identification

It’s often a tree’s lush leaves or vibrant needles that catch our attention. But how often do we stop to admire a tree’s bark? It can be difficult to identify deciduous trees in the winter… Continue Reading

Walk and Talk About Mental Health

Walk and Talk About Mental Health

Caring for our mental health is more important now than ever. That’s why we’ve partnered with the Region of Peel and the Canadian Mental Health Association to share tips on how you can beat the… Continue Reading

How Wildlife Survive Winter

How Wildlife Survive Winter

It’s hard to imagine spending the entire winter outside. As humans, we’re lucky we can keep warm indoors. Wildlife must either migrate, adapt or enter a state known as dormancy during the cold winter months…. Continue Reading


Strike a Pose: Photos from the Watershed

Strike a Pose: Photos from the Watershed

We all know how important it to spend time in nature. At CVC, we love that people are inspired to share photos they take while exploring the Credit River Watershed. Here are some highlights from… Continue Reading

Bending the Curve For Biodiversity

Bending the Curve For Biodiversity

Globally, scientists have been sounding the alarm on the loss of biodiversity. A recent global report from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) found that between 1970 and 2016, populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish have declined 68 per… Continue Reading


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