Headwater Hike: Fletcher Creek

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Want to learn more about how the Greenbelt protects clean water supplies in Hamilton? 

Join us at Fletcher Creek Ecological Preserve Saturday April 11th at 10am for the first in a series of seven Headwater Hikes, a joint initiative from the Greenbelt Foundation and the Ontario Headwaters Institute.

The hike is around 90 minutes and will be a fun outdoor adventure, as well as an opportunity to find out more about the Province's co-ordinated review of the Growth and Greenbelt Plans.

Due to limited space please register if you plan on attending the Headwater Hikes. To register contact Beatrice Ekoko at bekoko [at] environmenthamilton.org.

Directions:
To get to the hike  take Gore Road west off of Highway 6 in Puslinch, about 5 kms south of Highway 401, then turn north onto Concession 7, and you will find the parking area is on the east side, just north of Gore Road. Contact Beatrice Ekoko for directions and more information on the Headwater Hikes at bekoko [at] environmenthamilton.org.

WHEN
April 11, 2015 at 10am - 11:30am
WHERE
Fletcher Creek
Concession Road 7
Puslinch, ON N0B 2J0
Canada
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