Halton Invasive Species and Biodiversity: 163 results found

History

…near the Halton Agreement Forest Tract in 1975. Halton Region Conservation Authority constructed the Halton Hills Channel on Sixteen Mile Creek above Scotch Block Dam to reduce local flooding in…

Permitting

…Conservation Halton is required to develop in an area regulated by Conservation Halton. If it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of Conservation Halton that the development activity, alteration or…

Glenorchy

…of grassland plants require for germination and growth. Without prescribed burns, invasive, non-native and other non-desirable plant species would displace the native grassland species that Conservation Halton restored to the…

Mapping and Studies

…inform future updates to Conservation Halton’s flood hazard mapping. Flood hazard mapping is an important tool that supports Conservation Halton’s regulatory, planning, and flood forecasting and warning programs. This information…

Foundation

…Conservation Halton Foundation 2023 Audited Financial Statements Conservation Halton Foundation 2022 Audited Financial Statements Conservation Halton Foundation 2021 Audited Financial Statements Conservation Halton Foundation 2020 Audited Financial Statements Conservation Halton

My Farm Property

…such as forests, can reduce the opportunity for understory growth and worsen the spread of invasive species. What you can do: Relocate livestock away from sensitive areas Restrict livestock from…

Finances

…Conservation Halton Foundation 2020 Audited Financial Statements: Conservation Halton 2020 Audited Financial Statements: Conservation Halton Foundation 2019 Audited Financial Statements: Conservation Halton 2019 Audited Financial Statements: Conservation Halton Foundation  …

Watershed Strategy

…map of Conservation Halton’s watersheds. Conservation Halton was established as a conservation authority more than 60 years ago to protect our communities from natural hazards such as flooding and erosion…

My Country Property

…ecological alternatives Learn how to identify invasive species and remove them from your property Descriptions of these projects and guidelines for eligibility can be found in the Countryside Properties Guidelines…

Conservation Halton partners with Milton Phase 3 Landowners Group to manage Giant Hogweed using innovative new technique

Halton. Giant Hogweed is an invasive plant that is a safety concern to the public due to the toxic properties of its sap that can cause severe burns and blisters…