The Farm Gate

A Working Farm That’s Also a Grassland Bird Refuge

A Working Farm That’s Also a Grassland Bird Refuge

Geoff and his wife Shanna Maltby work alongside their family on a 120 acre farm in Acton. They raise livestock and grow grain crops. When we launched our Bird-Friendly Certified Hay Program three years ago,… Continue Reading

Ponds Need Their Greens

Rural landowners with ponds on their properties love their ponds and spend a lot of time grooming them; mowing the grass around the pond’s edge and clearing debris and unsightly plant material from the water. … Continue Reading

Wetlands & Wood Ducks

Wetlands and ponds provide many benefits to people and the environment.  They beautify the landscape and provide habitat for plants and animals. Property owners can improve fish and wildlife habitat around their wetland or pond… Continue Reading

Credit Valley Conservation presents The Power of Green: Health, Wellness and Nature Stewardship Forum

Dr. David Mowat, Medical Officer of Health for the Region of Peel, is the keynote speaker when Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) presents the 12th annual Friends of the Credit Stewardship Forum on Saturday, Oct. 13,… Continue Reading

Caledon’s Farm to Table

A short video produced by Sustain Ontario which demonstrates the diversity of the agriculture and food sector in Caledon. With a focus on sustainable, local food production, processing and consumption Caledon is home to many… Continue Reading

The Source & Your Community

Hello – Welcome to Credit Valley Conservation’s newly-designed Source blog.  If you followed the old Source online newsletter then you will be familiar with content in this blog.  If you’ve just stumbled across this site… Continue Reading