Hamilton Conservation Foundation

Bruce Duncan Wildlife Teaching GardenBruce Duncan Wildlife Teaching Garden
$2,500 - November 15, 2007

During his 18 years with the Hamilton Conservation Authority, Bruce Duncan was a teacher-naturalist, ecologist and manager, leading over 45,000 children throughout his career in various outdoor education programs and nature hikes and sharing his love of nature with the public.

The Dundas Valley Conservation Area, home of the Hamilton Conservation Authority’s outdoor environmental education program, hosts a teaching garden, created in memory of one of HCA’s teachers, Bruce Duncan.The late Bruce Duncan, former General Manager and Chief Administrative Officer of the Hamilton Conservation Authority, worked tirelessly to instill younger generations with a passion for protecting and enhancing the natural environment. This teaching garden in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area is a tribute to his legacy.

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