Here’s How Halton Hills Residents Can Enhance Nature
Whether you admire it from inside or outside, there’s no denying that nature is beautiful. And residents of Halton Hills have been presented with an event that will help them enhance nature on their own properties.
On Saturday, March 2, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., a tree planting and habitat restoration services showcase is taking place at the Terra Cotta Conservation Area in Halton Hills in the Watershed Learning Centre.
The showcase is being hosted by Credit Valley Conservation.
At this free event residents can learn how Credit Valley Conservation can help them plant trees and manage forests, save property taxes through the Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program, control invasive plants, improve wetlands and streams, restore grasslands, install habitat structures, and access project funding.
Note that although any can attend this event, preference will be given to landowners with at least two acres in the Credit River Watershed.
Those who want to attend the event can register here by Feb. 28, 2019.
At the showcase, light refreshments and door prizes will be provided.
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