Ecological restoration is the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed. Conservation Halton is a local leader in ecological restoration and works on its own lands as well as with public and private landowners on a number of significant projects.
Conservation Halton works strategically to identify opportunities that will provide significant benefit to ecosystem function, natural cover and improve wetland, aquatic and terrestrial habitat.
Conservation Halton works in collaboration with their community partners on these projects which include our municipal partners, federal and provincial government, the business community, environmental organizations, community groups and volunteers.
Ecological restoration projects can vary on their goals and objectives and can be categorized by the following types:
How are restoration priorities identified?
Conservation Halton and its partners have developed various strategies and plans which are used to inform restoration planning.
Conservation Halton’s ecological restoration services’ creates resilient ecosystems and watersheds to the benefit of the local community and environment. This work can help the local environment adapt to the impacts climate change and local stressors.