Staying Ahead of the Storm with Low Impact Development

The Greater Toronto Area has experienced three 100-year storms and five 50-year storms in the last eight years. In built-up urban areas, rain water runs off paved streets, driveways and parking lots; flooding and erosion… Continue Reading

CVC Invites Rural Landowners to a Well & Septic Social

Be part of the hottest party trend and join Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) on Saturday June 16, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for its first Well & Septic Social. This is a free event, as… Continue Reading

Garlic Mustard Busters Are Triumphant

Approximately 60 people took part in the inaugural Garlic Mustard Festival, held May 27 at Belfountain Conservation Area, removing more than 1,000 pounds of invasive garlic mustard. The festival was organized by Grade 4, 5… Continue Reading

Hike With CVC to Celebrate 10 Years Protecting the Oak Ridges Moraine

HIKE WITH CVC TO CELEBRATE 10 YEARS PROTECTING THE OAK RIDGES MORAINE To celebrate a decade of protecting the Oak Ridges Moraine, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) will host a four kilometre interpretive walk on Sunday,… Continue Reading

Is a Buckthorn Barrage Beginning in Your Backyard?

Over the last century, a foreign invader has been displacing native species in our urban and rural areas. Common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) is an invasive shrub-like tree which grows in forests and meadows across southern… Continue Reading

Garlic Mustard Busters Are Ready to Fight

A group of children in the Village of Belfountain are organizing the first Garlic Mustard Festival on Sunday, May 27 at Belfountain Conservation Area. The Grade 4, 5 and 6 students at Belfountain Public School… 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

Trail Counter Workshop

On Sunday May 6, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) teamed up with the Headwater Communities in Action (HCIA) Trails Working Group to host a Trail Counter Workshop.  Representatives from community groups and conservation authorities participated in… Continue Reading

Building Trails with the Friends of Island Lake

Join the Friends of Island Lake on Saturday, May 12, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and get a head start on your spring cleanup during Scrap Metal Collection Day.  Bring your old lawnmowers, barbeques,… Continue Reading

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