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 the workshop, which focused on the importance of monitoring visitors, and how to set up and use automated counting equipment.  The day concluded with the installation of a trail counter at Monora Park, in Mono, Ontario.

CVC would like to thank everyone who organized and participated in the event – it couldn’t have been a success without you.  Karen M. (pictured centre) was the lucky winner of the day and went home with a “Your Credit … Naturally” membership pass.

Photo by: David Harder

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