Credit Valley Conservation

If Not Conservation Authorities – Then Who?

If Not Conservation Authorities – Then Who?

On World Water Day, we’re proud to share a story from Conservation Ontario written by our own Chief Administrative Officer, Deborah Martin-Downs. Read on to discover the important role of Ontario’s conservation authorities in delivering… 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

Inspired to share our 2017 Annual Report

Inspired to share our 2017 Annual Report

We’ve proudly launched Credit Valley Conservation’s electronic 2017 Annual Report. Check out the link and browse on screen to read our stories, expand photos, follow links and explore some of our greatest accomplishments last year…. Continue Reading

Embrace the Magic of Moonlight

Embrace the Magic of Moonlight

There’s something magical about a full moon, illuminating the earth, creating shapes and shadows twinkling on the snow. Mother Nature doesn’t sleep. She lights the night for new wonders to be discovered. Leave hibernation to… Continue Reading

Statement on the Passing of Councillor Jim Tovey

Statement on the Passing of Councillor Jim Tovey

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) expresses its deep condolences on the sudden passing of City of Mississauga and Region of Peel Councillor Jim Tovey. “In my 30 years of service, no other politician has in just… Continue Reading

Thank you to our 2017 CVC Volunteers

Thank you to our 2017 CVC Volunteers

If you would like to get involved with our volunteers in 2018 check out our event calendar! Download a PDF here.      

Reusing Fill as a Resource to Bring Nature Back to the Waterfront

Reusing Fill as a Resource to Bring Nature Back to the Waterfront

The transformation on the waterfront is truly amazing and we’re well on our way towards creating a beautiful 26 hectare conservation area in Mississauga’s Lakeview community. We’re able to do this by responsibly reusing construction… Continue Reading