Restoring and Enhancing Niagara’s Only Coldwater Resource: Twelve Mile Creek
Trout Unlimited Canada–Niagara Chapter is working with local landowners to improve water quality within Upper Twelve Mile Creek watershed's sensitive coldwater ecosystem.
Lake Simcoe Greenlands Mapping
Rescue Lake Simcoe Charitable Foundation is collaborating with local stakeholders and residents to identify a set of key recommendations for the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan and opportunities to reach 40% natural cover in the area - a target encouraged in...
A “Masterpiece of Living Art”: the Niagara Escarpment.
Considered one of the world’s natural wonders, the Escarpment is considered a “masterpiece of living art” and has officially been recognized as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve site.
Highlighting Ontario's Natural Wonder: the Oak Ridges Moraine!
Formed over 12,000 years ago by advancing and retreating glaciers, the Oak Ridges Moraine currently forms the watershed divide between Lake Ontario and Lake Simcoe, and is the headwaters to more than 30 rivers.
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.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative Society
By taking the value and role of natural assets into account, municipalities across the Greenbelt can reduce infrastructure costs and increase climate resilience.
Erin Soil Health Coalition Launches with Farmer Forum
Press Release: One-year pilot project will bring farmers in Erin together with citizen scientist volunteers to improve soil health
Celebrating Urban River Valleys in Toronto
The Toronto Environmental Alliance celebrated the extension of the Greenbelt into three Toronto urban river valleys with community events and tour guides.
Winners of Photo Contest on Display in Grimsby
Press Release: 20 Winning Photos showcased at Grimsby Public Art Gallery as last stop on Photo Tour.