Events

Food and Fun in the Forest at Terra Cotta’s Fall Fest

Food and Fun in the Forest at Terra Cotta’s Fall Fest

Spend a day under a canopy of fall colours at Terra Cotta’s Fall Fest. The event runs October 5 and 6, and offers plenty of fun activities for the whole family at Terra Cotta Conservation Area, Halton Hills.    This year… 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

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.      

Third Annual Charity Curling Bonspiel in Support of CVC Foundation

Third Annual Charity Curling Bonspiel in Support of CVC Foundation

Hurry hard! Do you have a passion for curling? Maybe you’ve never tried it but want to give it a shot? Then join with friends, family and co-workers on Saturday, January 19 at the Acton Curling… Continue Reading

Celebrate autumn at CVC’s Fall Fest

Celebrate autumn at CVC’s Fall Fest

Get outside and be inspired by nature this beautiful fall season. Year after year, Terra Cotta Conservation Area offers park visitors the ultimate autumn experience and this year is no exception. Join us for our… Continue Reading

‘Friends of the Credit’ Conservation Award Winners

‘Friends of the Credit’ Conservation Award Winners

On June 14 we connected with some of our dedicated partners and neighbours at our annual ‘Friends of the Credit’ Conservation Awards. We celebrated those who are inspired by nature to do important environmental work… Continue Reading

Ghost Wetlands – Bringing back lost landscapes

Ghost Wetlands – Bringing back lost landscapes

Ghost towns are eerie places. Empty buildings and quiet streets remind us of busier times. The same is true for ghost wetlands. Where there were once sounds of spring peepers at dusk, cattails blowing in… Continue Reading

Very Hungry Birds

Very Hungry Birds

As all parents know, growing bodies are hungry. For adult birds, seeds and berries are great food sources, but the meal required by 96 per cent of baby birds are insects, spiders and caterpillars. The… Continue Reading

Tap into Spring with Maple Syrup Fest

Tap into Spring with Maple Syrup Fest

Maple syrup is a treat that has earned itself a sweet reputation in Canada. In fact, we produce about eighty per cent of the world’s maple syrup, with Quebec producing more than two-thirds of that…. Continue Reading

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