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Information Session: Habitat Restoration Services for Landowners

Saturday, March 25, 2017

9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Caledon Village Place, Caledon (View Map)


Everything you want to know about CVC’s restoration services for landowners. CVC’s Habitat Restoration Specialists can help you improve your land and water. The information session covers projects for your property including tree planting, forest management, invasive plant control, creating wetland habitat and more. We make it easy by providing technical assistance and funding programs. Following the presentations, ask CVC Specialists about your project.


  • Subsidized Tree Planting Programs
  • Forest Management Services
  • Grassland and Prairie Habitat Restoration Services
  • Invasive Plant Control Services
  • Habitat Structures
  • Streams and Wetlands Restoration Services
  • Funding Programs

Register by Thursday March 23, 2017.

Note: Registration preference is given to landowners with one or more acres of property in the Credit River watershed.

Contact: Andrea Morrone at 905-670-1615 ext. 436 or

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