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Join Mountsberg Conservation Area as they celebrate spring with the annual Easter Egg Extravaganza taking place from Friday, April 18 until Sunday, April 20.
It may not feel like it yet but the animals know spring is in the air! At Mountsberg Conservation Area, male frogs will soon be getting ready to sing in full chorus to attract mates. Join in the fun at one of Mountsberg’s annual Frog Watcher’s Hikes on Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26.
Conservation Halton issued the following Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook at 12:10 p.m. on Monday, April 7, 2014.
Conservation Halton issued the following Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook at 2:45 p.m. on Thursday, April 3, 2014.
Following the success of this capacity building workshop in 2009, 2010, and 2012, local Conservation Authorities and environmental organizations are partnering again to host the fourth Sharing Experiences workshop.
As we look forward to warmer spring weather and being outdoors, Conservation Halton is urging residents to be cautious around rivers, streams, lakes and ponds.
The Natural Connections Program, which is a joint initiative between Conservation Halton and FutureWatch EDEP, is offering for a second year a great training opportunity for Foreign Trained Environmental Professionals in the Halton Region, starting in March.
The popular Guided Moonlight Cross-country Ski Night returns to Hilton Falls Conservation Area on Friday, March 14. Don’t want to ski? Come for a guided hike instead.
2014 Inaugural Board Meeting sees John Vice return as Chair and Keith Bird as Vice-Chair for fourth…
Conservation Halton held its 58th Inaugural Board meeting on Thursday, February 20. John Vice, citizen appointee from the City of Burlington, was acclaimed as Chair of the Board and Keith Bird, Regional and Town Councillor from Oakville, was acclaimed as Vice-Chair.
After a long, hard winter, Canadians crave spring like desert plants crave a long drink of water. We look to groundhogs, robins and crocuses desperately hoping to predict when spring will arrive. At Conservation Halton we say look to the trees! The maple sap is about to flow and Mountsberg and Crawford Lake Conservation Areas are firing up for two marvellous maple syrup festivals.