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Conservation Halton has released its 2013 Public Accountability Report which provides an overview of the organization’s programs and services. The report tracks a number of key statistics, revenues and expenses over a three-year period (2010 to 2012). The report indicates the number of people visiting Conservation areas hit unprecedented levels for the fourth consecutive year, while education program participation was up, as was community involvement.
The Natural Connections Program, a joint initiative between Conservation Halton and FutureWatch EDEP, invites you to attend a New Communities Environmental Clubs Open House on Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The stars that twinkle in the night sky have captured the imagination of many nations for thousands of years. What do you know about the science of astronomy?
Conservation Halton invites you to enjoy the spectacular landscapes and colours of fall during the annual Fall into Nature Festival. The events take place over five days on Thanksgiving weekend (October 12 to 14) and the following weekend, October 19 and 20, at Conservation Halton’s seven main parks.
Second Annual Halton Forest Festival at Rattlesnake Point will teach local students about trees and…
After a successful launch in 2012, the Halton Forest Festival is back for a second year and will kick off on Tuesday, October 8. The educational portion will take place from October 8 to 10 at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area with 1,200 grade 6 and 7 students participating, as well as more than 250 volunteers, including high school students who will help deliver the activities.
Fall has arrived but that doesn’t mean we have to stay indoors! At Crawford Lake, we think October evenings are a great time to explore the natural world. This Saturday, October 5, we invite you to grab a pair of warm, cozy pajamas and join us for our Howls and Smore-Pajama Night.
Conservation Halton issued the following Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook today at 3:30 p.m.
Join Crawford Lake staff on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 1 to 3 p.m. for a truly unique experience and learn a traditional skill, how to start a fire.
Conservation Halton and the Field and Stream Rescue Team invites residents to help plant more than 400 native trees and shrubs at Glenorchy Conservation Area on Saturday September 28, 2013, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
This Sunday, September 15, feel the drumbeat as the Iroquoian village at Crawford Lake Conservation Area comes to life during the Turtle Island Festival, an incredible celebration of Ontario’s First Nations!