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Region of Peel Sustainable Transportation Strategy

Region of Peel Sustainable Transportation Strategy

Let your fingers do the walking and have your say as the Region of Peel develops its Sustainable Transportation Strategy (STS) to help build a safe, efficient, healthy transportation system for all users. By 2041,… Continue Reading

Day trips to Island Lake

Day trips to Island Lake

With the summer heat and school being out, parents are looking for cool ways to entertain kids. We’re lucky to live in a watershed that offers conservation areas with unique views and activities for the… Continue Reading

Making a Difference at Rattray Marsh

Over the years it’s been a privilege to work with engaged citizens who share our love of nature. They appreciate that the environment needs a little help to thrive, given all the pressures of urban… Continue Reading

Caring Canadian in our Midst

Last week 28 volunteers were recognized in a ceremony held at Queen’s Park for the Caring Canadian Awards. These awards are given annually to recognize volunteers who have made a significant, sustained and unpaid contribution… Continue Reading

Canoe the Credit Raises $25K for Conservation Youth Corps

And they’re off! The thunderous sound of 12 dragon boats barreling down the Credit River broke the calm of a beautiful June afternoon in Port Credit. On June 24, Credit Valley Conservation Foundation (CVCF) hosted its eighth… Continue Reading

A Paradise for Grassland Birds

Environmental health is a top priority for CVC and landowners across the Credit River watershed. Shane Baghai, owner of Paradise Farms in Caledon, is dedicated to protecting water quality and wildlife habitat. His actions prove… Continue Reading

And the Award goes to….CVC and IMAX

It’s not an Oscar, an Emmy or a Golden Globe but the Minister’s Award for Environmental Excellence sure is a nice haul when your passion is environmental protection! Last week Credit Valley Conservation, represented by… Continue Reading

Soak it Up: Building a Rain Garden in Alton Village

We built a rain garden at Alton Park this September with the help of volunteers from Intact Insurance and Alton Public School.  The site is an educational resource for students of neighbouring Alton Public School,… Continue Reading

Planting Trees with the Power of Partnerships

The possibilities are endless when a community of environmental stewards gets together to make a difference. This past Sunday, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), the David Suzuki Foundation and RONA held a community tree planting for… Continue Reading

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