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The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio): Our Environmental Guardian

Back to Basics, Dianne Saxe Listen to Dianne Saxe, Ontario's environmental commissioner, to discuss her 2018 environmental protection report, "Back to Basics," on Steve Paikin's Agenda episode Our Environmental Guardian (December 7, 2018). In this podcast, Saxe gives an overview of the province's water, wetlands and woodlands, the government's [...]

2019-02-12T19:53:56+00:00 January 1st, 2019|Categories: News|

Indian Brook, Blue Mountains

A small watershed in the Blue Mountain Watershed Indian Brook Indian Brook is a relatively small watershed but nevertheless an important cold water fishery located to the west of Town of Blue Mountains. Flow path This small watercourse flows down the Niagara Escarpment within the Town of Blue Mountains east of [...]

2018-11-26T19:02:46+00:00 November 26th, 2018|Categories: Indian Brook|Tags: |

BTC Movie Night, November 21: You Are What You Act

When: Choose 5:00 pm or  7:30 pm on Wednesday, November 21 Where: Simcoe Street Theatre (across from the Collingwood Library) What Film: You Are What You Act Can you really fake it until you make it? You Are What You Act proposes a potential revolutionary new health trend by asking what [...]

2018-11-26T18:20:27+00:00 November 15th, 2018|Categories: Events, News|

TD Friends of the Environment give funding for next year’s BMWT Salmon Run

Watershed Trust Board members Deb Doherty, Norm Wingrove and Carl Michener receive funding for next year’s See the Salmon Run event from Collingwood TD branch manager Susan Tuohy and staff. $11000 of funding was granted through the TD Friends of the Environment program. Thank you, Susan & TD Friends of the Environment!  

2018-11-26T18:51:37+00:00 November 8th, 2018|Categories: News, Salmon Run|

Our Youth Education Programs Continue

In December 2016 the Silver Creek stewardship Initiative Committee signed off on the last stages of our Ontario Trillium Foundation grant. One of the initiatives of the project was to expand environmental education in elementary schools in Collingwood and Thornbury through a working relationship with the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority, our [...]

2018-11-26T18:12:48+00:00 November 1st, 2018|Categories: Current Newsletter, Education, News|

Letters to the New Ontario Government

By Don Kerr, member of Board and WAG The Trust has written several letters to the new Ontario government in an attempt to improve environmental legislation. We wrote to the ministers of Municipal Affairs (MMA) and Natural Resources (MNR) to request that they work together to expand the Greenbelt including the Niagara [...]

2018-11-26T18:57:04+00:00 November 1st, 2018|Categories: Current Newsletter, News, Niagara Escarpment|Tags: |

Meet new WAG Member Lucy Richmond

Lucy with her grandchildren on the beach at Craigleith. About 15 years ago, when her daughter and son-in-law were expecting the arrival of their first child, Lucy purchased a small chalet in Craigleith, on the southern shore of Georgian Bay. The one-lane dirt road the chalet sits upon, with [...]

2018-11-26T17:17:06+00:00 November 1st, 2018|Categories: Current Newsletter, News|

Saving our Shoreline: We Helped Fight the Phrag

Watershed Trust is one of the community groups helping to cut back invasive Phragmites, the pernicious grass that’s spreading along the Georgian Bay shoreline, local wetlands and streams. We received a $15,000 grant from the Weston Foundation towards Fighting the Phrag and passed the money on to the NVCA. Sarah Campbell, [...]

The Future of Ecologically Sensitive Escarpment Sideroad 26/27 is still Undecided

By George Powell, WAG member Blue Mountain Watershed Trust asked the Wynne Government in April, 2017 for a Part II Order, an environmental assessment to consider the environmental effects of reconstructing Sideroad 26/27 before the project proceeds. We were directed to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change and they indicated [...]