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Bruce Trail Conservancy

Bruce Trail
Bruce TrailWhether it is caves, waterfalls or any of the other cool places along the trail, the Bruce Trail Conservancy will help guide you from on
e adventure to another.  Discover more about the wonderful treed oases along this UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and learn to help protect its natural ecosystems.  Visit their website to access trail guides, maps and lots of information
 at http://brucetrail.org/pages/trail.   


Conservation Halton

Conservation Halton
Your neighbourhood conservation authority, Conservation Halton, works to protect, restore and manage natural resources in your watershed from lake to escarpment.  With featured events such as Prowling for Owls or the Halton Children's Water Festival, visit their website and find out how you can be a part of their vision to sustain a healthy watershed with clean streams, vigorous forests and abundant green space.  http://conservationhalton.ca/


Credit Valley Conservation

CVC
Enjoy the outdoors and discover one of the twelve conservation areas located in Halton region.  As a community-based environmental organization, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) can provide information or assistance in environmental stewardship in areas such as tree-
planting, invasive plant removal, wetland an

d pond restoration, and other countryside stewardship activities.  CVC works in partnership with municipal governments, schools, businesses and community organizations to deliver locally-based programs.


Niagara Escarpment

Ontario's Niagara EscarpmentEvery year, more than 400,000 visits are made to the Escarpment by day hikers, long-distance hikers, cross-country skiers, canoeists, kayakers, wildlife enthusiasts, photographers and those who simply want to admire the glorious scenery of the Escarpment.

The Niagara Escarpment Commission encourages exploration anOntario's Niagara Escarpment
d enjoyment of the beautiful scenery, cultural heritage and recreational opportunities the Escarpment offers.  From farmers' markets to hiking to winery and culinary tours, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
http://www.escarpment.org/about/overview/index.php


Willow Park Ecology Centre

Willow Park
Willow Park Ecology Centre is a year-round nature preserve that provides habitat for native plants and animals.  This site, located in the village of Norval in Halton Hills, is home to a butterfly garden, snake hibernaculum, wetland and pavilion.  It is an ideal spot for nature study, education, passive recreation, and relaxation.  For maps and information or to plan your next school outing, visit the website.  http://www.willowparkecology.ca/parkfeatures.html