Upcoming Twilight Tours with CVC!

CVC’s Countryside Stewardship team is excited to announce its first ever Twilight Tour Series! Embark on a journey with us through the rural landscape of the Credit River Watershed.

We want to personally connect you with the struggles and successes of managing invasive plant species, the beneficial impacts of stream restoration, the beauty and importance of native pollinator-loving plants, and the value of agricultural cover crops. These outdoor events have been planned for rural landowners this summer, between July and September. Attend one or attend them all! We’re excited to get out on the landscape with you and share some of the great stewardship initiatives in your community.

The events will run rain or shine so please dress for the weather. Preference will be given to participants owning property within the Credit River Watershed. Others are welcome as space allows.

For more information, visit our webpage or contact: Karen Buckle at 905-670-1615 x440 or kbuckle@creditvalleyca.ca

Twilight Tour – Stream Restoration & Tree Planting Projects
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Private Property – Hillsburgh, on 8th Line, just north of Orangeville St., 1st entrance on west side of road (View Map)
Free

Join CVC for the second of our Twilight Tour series. We will tour a private property in Hillsburgh where a number of restoration projects have been implemented. We will discuss the importance of protecting water courses and highlight technical and financial assistance available for private landowners through CVC Stewardship. This tour will require a fair amount of walking on slightly uneven terrain.

Register Online. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required by July 20th.

Twilight Tour – Pollinators of Native Plants
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Whole Village Farm, Caledon (View Map)
Free

Join Credit Valley Conservation for the third of our Twilight Tour series. This time, learn how to attract, observe and identify the beneficial insects our native plants require. Tour Whole Village’s pollinator gardens, guided by Heather Holm, author of Pollinators of Native Plants. The event will run rain or shine so please dress for the weather. This event will require less walking than previous tours so bring your own lawn chair for this session. Preference will be given to participants owning property within the Credit River Watershed. Others are welcome as space allows.

Register Online. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required by August 10th.

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1 Response to Upcoming Twilight Tours with CVC!

  1. Michael McDonald says:

    Grew up in Norval and have enjoyed hiking through the Belfountain area since the late 60s. Hate to see drastic changes. Preservation of the entire Credit River system should be an upmost priority (plants, insects and wildlife only found in this region, Natural river direction and. Shorelines etc.)
    Left only my footprints and took only photos.
    Mcd…

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