Halton Invasive Species and Biodiversity: 153 results found

Careers

…crew, implement tree planting projects (potted stock, bareroot, plugs). Assist with site preparation prior to planting including vegetation cutting and invasive species management through chemical and manual methods. Assist as…

Ecology

…can sometimes coexist with native species without becoming invasive but non-native species often become invasive when they overwhelm or push native species out of their habitat. Loss of native species,…

Governance

…fees, and other self-generated revenues. Click here for financial reports: https://www.conservationhalton.ca/about-us/finances/ Click here for annual report:https://www.conservationhalton.ca/about-us/annual-reports/ Click here for strategic plans: https://www.conservationhalton.ca/about-us/strategic-plan/ Policies Conservation Halton Fee Policy November 17 2022…

Watershed Strategy

…roads (e.g., invasive species spread through ditch maintenance) Degraded or fragmented habitat & decreased biodiversity (e.g., invasive species often out-compete native species, become parasites & spread diseases) Species loss or…

Invasive Species

…of predators. Non-native species can sometimes coexist with native species without becoming invasive but non-native species often become invasive when they overwhelm or push native species out of their habitat….

Education

…help protect them. We will explore the difference between native and invasive species and learn to recognize some local plants. Special guest appearance by a Conservation Halton ecologist who will…

History

…near the Halton Agreement Forest Tract in 1975. Halton Region Conservation Authority constructed the Halton Hills Channel on Sixteen Mile Creek above Scotch Block Dam to reduce local flooding in…

Permitting

…Conservation Halton is required to develop in an area regulated by Conservation Halton. If it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of Conservation Halton that the development, alteration or interference…

Joe Sams Park

…of trees and shrubs on the creek bank and used discarded Christmas trees to narrow the creek and prevent erosion. Invasive Species “Invasive species” are plants, animals or pathogens that…

Mapping and Studies

…Conservation Halton Board of Directors on June 23, 2022. The associated public engagement period began July 13, 2022, continuing until the end of 2022. Conservation Halton staff held engagement sessions,…