By John Bacher
From the raging torrents of the Niagara River to the placid Welland Canal one can walk for ten miles through the wooded forest gardens of the Niagara Escarpment. Here in some patches, old growth giant oaks and maples soar above wild ginger and may apple. This shady glen has spectacular lookouts over the Niagara Fruit Belt to Lake Ontario, such as Queenston Heights and the Woodend Conservation area. These wilds overwhelm relics of 19th century assaults on nature, such as lime kilns, a “haunted” “ghost” tunnel under which the Bruce Trail travel and the stone ruins of the abandoned Third Welland Canal. ... Read more »
Our One Sweet Day event on April 19th was a filled with smiles, sun and fun. We would like to thank everyone who was involved including the vendors, donors, sponsors, volunteers and attendees; it was a great day thanks to each of you!... Read more »
Come join us at our Annual Tree Planting on Saturday, May 31 from 9am-12pm at Erindale Park, Mississauga!
For more information contact Lindsey Jennings at email@example.com or 1-800-668-5557 ext. 445.
From our friends at Ontario Clean Air Alliance:... Read more »
(Photo by Lake Ontario Waterkeeper)
Don't miss a talk on "Toronto's Lost Rivers"
Wednesday, February 5th at 7pm.... Read more »