Conservancy volunteers help us to grow and build for the future – by contributing their time to assist with the office renovation and by attending community events on our behalf.
Headwaters are like the foundation of a building, and if they are compromised, so is the entire watershed. If the headwater stream stays cold year-round, it is of primary importance because it provides the larger, lower portions of the river with a steady base flow of clean water.
We have a group of volunteers testing these headwaters through a Water Quality Project.
The office is currently under construction! Thanks to a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and a legacy gift from Bill Grant, we are greening & growing the office. We’ll update this post to share updates and pictures of the renovations.
In partnership with Earth Rangers, we were able to help the Bobolinks by doing a research and monitoring project.