CVC’s 2016 Annual Report
We are proud to share our inaugural electronic Annual Report for 2016. Please follow this link at creditvalleyca.ca/2016-annual-report/ to enjoy a paperless peak at highlights from last year’s achievements around our beautiful Credit River.
We’ve gathered some of our biggest accomplishments in the report. We worked with partners to plant thousands of seedlings to replace ash trees ravaged by emerald ash borer. We celebrated a 10-year anniversary of our Conservation Youth Corps program and 20 plus years of partnerships with rural landowners in the upper watershed. We broke ground on Lakeview Waterfront Connection, a new 26 ha conservation area along the shores of Lake Ontario. Scroll and click your way through the report to learn more about our accomplishments.
We’re excited to share our achievements, and always happy to hear from you.
Hope to see you along the Credit!