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ood night owls, good night goats, good night horses, and good night Mountsberg! On Saturday, June 17, we invite you to grab your comfy pajamas and explore with us under the stars as we learn more about the Mountsberg farm animals. The event runs from 7 to 9 p.m.
Hey kids, why not bring your dad out to Mountsberg Conservation Area and explore on Father’s Day. Explore with Dad is Sunday, June 18 from 10 a.m. to noon. and is a pre-registered event.
Conservation Halton issued a Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 25. Conservation Halton is asking all residents and children to stay away from all watercourses and structures such as bridges, culverts and dams. Elevated water levels, fast flowing water, and slippery conditions along stream banks continue to make these locations extremely dangerous. Lake Ontario water levels are also high. Please alert children in your care of these imminent dangers.
Have you ever wanted to attend Ways of the Woods Raptor Camp? Well, now you and your family can! Kids (ages 5 years and older) and kids at heart are invited to join us for a day filled with camp activities including games, hands-on activities, and handling a live bird of prey. Raptor Camp for Families is being held at Mountsberg Conservation Area on Saturday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Conservation Halton and Moksha Yoga Milton have teamed up for the third straight year to offer Yoga in the Park every Wednesday night from 7 to 8 p.m. at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area. The sessions start Wednesday, May 24 and will continue until Wednesday, August 30, 2017.
Spring is when many homeowners are outside doing work in their gardens, and part of that work is pulling weeds or invasive species which may be present. It is a great time to do this work in your garden before these plants get fully established, and is why in many cases now is the best time to remove them!
Conservation Halton holds Trees for Watershed Health community planting in Burlington on May 7, 2017
Conservation Halton held its Trees for Watershed Health Tree Planting this past Sunday, May 7, 2017, with more than 70 people planting 900 shrubs. The planting, in partnership with the City of Burlington and Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark took place at Bayview Park on King Road.
The forest is home to many creatures. Some you can see easily and others may shyly peek at your through ferns or tree branches. If you look hard enough, you may find evidence that some of the most magical creatures live in our natural areas. On Saturday, May 20, Mountsberg invites you to grab your coziest pajamas, and join us as we search for fairy doors and evening wildlife for a Pajama Night from 7 to 9 p.m.
This week is Emergency Preparedness (EP) Week across Canada and the theme is Plan. Prepare. Be Aware. Did you know that Flooding is the leading cause of public emergency in Ontario? Conservation Halton, like all of the 36 Conservation Authorities in Ontario, shares responsibility for flood management within its watershed as part of its mandate.
Conservation Halton issues Flood Watch effective 12:30 p.m. on May 4. Conservation Halton advises that the Environment Canada Weather Office has issued a rainfall warning for the area, forecasting between 40 and 70 mm of rain from this afternoon through to late Saturday.