Leading in a time of COVID

By Deborah Martin-Downs, Chief Administrative Officer I am a CAO of an organization with approximately 215 staff – and other than Teams video chats I have not seen one of them in person for 35… Continue Reading

Plant Native this Spring

Plant Native this Spring

The weather is getting warmer with each passing day. Spring is finally here! Spring rain and warming temperatures make it an ideal time to spend time outdoors on your property and in the garden. Before… Continue Reading

Meet the Expert – Caring for Your Green Yard

Meet the Expert – Caring for Your Green Yard

When you think of a technician, you don’t often think of trees and gardens. But planting trees and gardens is a large part of what Sara Maedel does in her role as Technician for Urban… Continue Reading

Become a Backyard Birder on Go Birding Day

Become a Backyard Birder on Go Birding Day

The warm spring weather in April brings on many exciting changes in nature: snow changes to rain, flowers emerge and many animals become active. It’s an especially busy time of year for birds. Many species… Continue Reading

Our Waste, Their Home

Our Waste, Their Home

Spring is a busy time for wildlife migration and breeding. While we’re staying home, ecologists are starting to see wildlife benefit. Let’s do our part to help them thrive– don’t be a litter bug. Litter… Continue Reading

Creature Calls – Nature’s Soundtrack

Creature Calls – Nature’s Soundtrack

In spring, the earth is buzzing with the sounds of wildlife. While field work is on hold right now due to COVID-19, we’re lucky we can still tune into nature’s soundtrack. In early March, we… Continue Reading

A Friendly Photography Competition Among Staff

A Friendly Photography Competition Among Staff

Each year field staff from CVC’s Ecology and Monitoring group compete in a photo contest. We take pictures of all aspects of our work – from the messy to the majestic! The photo contest helps… Continue Reading

Keep the Kids Busy with Watershed Science

Keep the Kids Busy with Watershed Science

Extra time at home with your children may have you stumped on how to keep them occupied. Why not learn some watershed science? Here’s some ideas to help keep your little conservationists busy: 1. Watch… Continue Reading

Workshops for Landowners Looking to Make a Difference

Workshops for Landowners Looking to Make a Difference

Calling all homeowners, corporate and institutional property owners and agricultural landowners. We have workshops to help you enhance your property and build resilience to climate change. Almost 85 per cent of the Credit River Watershed… Continue Reading

Data and information released from Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) are provided on an 'AS IS' basis, without warranty of any kind, including without limitation the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement.

Availability of this data and information does not constitute scientific publication. Data and/or information may contain errors or be incomplete. CVC and its employees make no representation or warranty, express or implied, including without limitation any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or warranties as to the identity or ownership of data or information, the quality, accuracy or completeness of data or information, or that the use of such data or information will not infringe any patent, intellectual property or proprietary rights of any party. CVC shall not be liable for any claim for any loss, harm, illness or other damage or injury arising from access to or use of data or information, including without limitation any direct, indirect, incidental, exemplary, special or consequential damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.

In accordance with scientific standards, appropriate acknowledgment of CVC should be made in any publications or other disclosures concerning data or information made available by CVC.
DATA DISCLAIMER