Halton Invasive Species and Biodiversity: 163 results found

Planning and Advisory

…of Conservation Halton regarding both planning and permitting activities can be found on the main Permitting and Planning page. Memoranda of Understanding Conservation Halton’s Planning MOUs//MOAs: Halton Region – Memorandum…

Watersheds

…which is a unique ecosystem that supports incredible biodiversity, including species found nowhere else in the world. Bronte Creek Bronte Creek watershed is about 300 square kilometres of mostly rural…

My Urban Property

species and remove them from your property Remove hazard trees and invasive plants but leave native plant species and allow them to grow wild Choose a variety of shapes and

Safety & Risk Awareness

…that The Halton Region Conservation Authority shall not be liable for any such persona injury, or death or property loss and you release The Halton Region Conservation Authority and waive…

Conservation Halton and partners receive $3.5M from Parks Canada in support of Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System

…including Conservation Halton, Hamilton Conservation, Royal Botanical Gardens, Bruce Trail Conservancy, Halton Region, City of Burlington, City of Hamilton, Hamilton Naturalist’s Club and McMaster University. As a partner, Conservation Halton

Conservation Halton Parks admission proceeds to support newest park on August 21-22 weekend

and recreation area, with the support of the Conservation Halton Foundation. Earlier this year, Conservation Halton announced that the new park would be open to the general public near the…

Flamborough Centre Park

…of ecosystem services every year. Moving forward, Conservation Halton will be monitoring the new wetland to inform decisions on adaptive management, invasive species management and ensuring the wetland is set…

Conservation Halton continues to invest in climate resiliency projects, restores damaged section of Sixteen Mile Creek

…site into a much more diverse landscape. Conservation Halton continues to monitor the site and carry out adaptive management activities such as invasive species removal, additional tree plantings, and the…

Community Tree Planting with Conservation Halton and the Waterdown Lions Club

…the natural area of the community by managing invasive species, rehabilitating the creek, and planting native species to improve the overall health of the ecosystem. Support for this Saturday’s tree…

My Commercial Property

…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 Commercial Properties Guidelines for…