Thornton Bales Trailhead Improvement
Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority is transforming the entrance to Thornton Bales Conservation Area, encouraging recreational cycling and low carbon tourism activities.
Find-Your-Flavour Tour in Durham
Durham Region's Farm Fresh Marketing Association has developed an agri-tourism route that connects visitors with eight farms, allowing them to sample local products and meet the farmers who produce their food.
Credit Valley Trail Master Plan
The Credit Valley Conservation Foundation Board has created and approved the Credit Valley Trail (CVT) Strategy.
Into the Greenbelt - Boys and Girls Club of Canada
Park People is engaging children, youth and families from Boys and Girls Clubs across the Greater Golden Horseshoe to visit the Greenbelt and enjoy and learn about the benefits and beauty of our natural systems and protected spaces through fun...
In a Changing Climate
The entire Greater Golden Horseshoe region is being affected by a combination of climate change and population growth. It is now commonly accepted that current climatic changes and extreme weather impacts are just the beginning.
CLIMATE CHANGE WILL REDUCE ONTARIO’S OUTDOOR SKATING SEASON
Press Release: Greenbelt Foundation partners with RinkWatch to discuss how unpredictable weather could make rink-making a thing of the past for Southern Ontarians
Wilderness Eco-Adventures in the Bruce
Year-round, guided outdoor adventures on the Bruce Peninsula support environmental education, local economy and rural vitality–enhancing the benefits realized from the protected Greenbelt.
Evaluating the Economic Benefits of Greenbelt Assets
The Greenbelt delivers $9.1 billion economic impact every year and 161,000 full-time equivalent jobs in Ontario depend on it. It serves as a solid anchor for the region’s agricultural, tourism and recreation industries.