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Family Nature Walk in Hungry Hollow Ravine
August 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Meet your neighbours and explore nature in your community! CVC Education Instructor Sage Handler will guide you along the walk, discovering hidden nature gems together in Hungry Hollow ravine. You’ll learn about pollinators, wetlands and the work that CVC and the community have been doing to remove invasive species and plant native trees.
Each household will receive a free invasive species identification booklet, while supplies last.
Consider walking, wheeling or carpooling to this event.
About Sage Handler
Sage Handler recently finished her Master of Science in Environmental Sciences, focusing on native bees and their needs. As an Education Instructor at Credit Valley Conservation, Sage works largely with kindergarten to grade eight students at the Terra Cotta Outdoor Education Center, leading students through programs which spark their curiosity and enthusiasm about the natural world around them.
- Light refreshments will be served. Please bring your own reusable mug and reusable container to help us reduce waste and take snacks home with you.
- The walk will take place on gravel pathways and wooden boardwalks. Some surfaces may be uneven or steep.
- Please dress for the weather and bring a water bottle.
- Washrooms will not be available.
- If unaccompanied by an adult, participants under 18 please bring a signed copy of our event waiver.
- Participants over 18 please read and acknowledge the event waiver.
This event is subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather. To stay current on event changes or cancellations, follow us on social media.
This event is part of the Hungry Hollow Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP) and is generously supported by Tree Canada and UHAUL.