When we needed it most, nature was there for us. Now it’s time for us to give back and start looking ahead to our future. We hope that you will consider donating to the Conservation Halton Foundation in support of the protection and restoration of our parks, so they can be enjoyed for generations to come.
This restoration project turned an empty park that was prone to flooding into a beautiful natural area with a new wetland and a variety of native species of trees, shrubs and flowers. The Flamborough Centre Park project is an example of the critical role of wetlands in providing natural flood control and building community resilience to climate change.
This project focused on restoring the section of Sixteen Mile Creek that meandered through the park to a more natural width, depth and path, planting native species and creating habitat for wildlife. Projects like Drumquin Park support the natural function and climate resilience of the watershed.
Sustainable. Resilient. Connected
Conservation Halton offers a variety of conservation, recreation and education programs in our parks, schools and communities to support a more sustainable, resilient and connected future for our watershed.
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Conservation Halton manages watershed resources in partnership with municipalities and the province. The municipalities in the watershed appoint representatives, including municipal councilors and members of the community, to provide oversight of Conservation Halton programs.