Monitoring Moves Indoors for the Winter

Monitoring Moves Indoors for the Winter

Staff who work on our Integrated Watershed Monitoring Program (IWMP) are often asked: What do you do in the winter? Through our Integrated Watershed Monitoring Program (IWMP), we study the living and non-living features in… Continue Reading

Snow Tales

Snow Tales

During the winter months it’s easy to spot the signs of animals big and small. Once there’s snow on the ground, it’s fun to play winter wildlife detective and examine tracks and the stories they… Continue Reading

Green Infrastructure is Making an Impact in the Region of Peel

Green Infrastructure is Making an Impact in the Region of Peel

You might have heard of green infrastructure, but what does it mean? We often think of infrastructure as roads, sewers and power lines. But, we can also build green infrastructure like rain gardens, green roofs… Continue Reading

Thank you to our 2019 Volunteers

Thank you to our 2019 Volunteers

If you would like to get involved with our volunteers in 2020 check out our event calendar! Download a PDF here.      

Special Finds from the Field

Special Finds from the Field

By CVC’s Adrienne Ockenden, Specialist, Watershed Monitoring This year we’re celebrating 20 years of ecological monitoring in the Credit River Watershed. Since 1999, we’ve tracked conditions and trends in groundwater, stream, forest and wetland ecosystems… Continue Reading

Let nature inspire you this holiday season

Let nature inspire you this holiday season

It’s been another big year in the environmental world. Climate change, environmental protection, flooding and clean water have been in the news and across social media. You may be asking what can I do to… Continue Reading

Fourth Annual Charity Curling Bonspiel in Support of CVC Foundation

Fourth 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 18 at the Acton… Continue Reading

Beat the ‘Finter’ Blues

Beat the ‘Finter’ Blues

By CVC’s Baljit Seran, Specialist, Marketing and Communications Finter – that’s when the calendar says fall, but the weather says winter! It’s that time of year again when the days are short and temperatures drop…. Continue Reading

Youth Connecting with Nature

Guest Blog by Cailyn, CYC Frontline student Cailyn is a grade 12 student and a dedicated volunteer with a passion for the environment. In 2018, she participated in CVC’s Conservation Youth Corps (CYC) program. Soon… Continue Reading

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