Info Session: Help us SAVE Escarpment wetlands – Video Recording

Gift certificate & charitable receipt Our info session was a great success—thank you to the 75+ who attended. Please see the video below for a replay of the 15-minute presentation and 45-minute Q&A that followed. For this final fight before the Environmental Review Tribunal, for their final decision on SR 26/27, we need approximately $30,000 (see details in the presentation) and we are still far short of our goal. The Maker’s Outpost, [...]

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Webinar on Development in the Collingwood / Blue Mountains Area

On Monday December 1st 2020, the Blue Mountain Watershed Trust held a webinar on local development in our area: What Does Development Mean to You? We had over 150 people sign up to attend and lots of great discussion. If you missed it, you can see it below. Discover how planning works: from provincial to municipal Find out what’s in store for the next 20 years See ecologically acceptable local development [...]

Film World Premiere: Resilience- Transforming our Community

Resilience: Transforming our Community - A different kind of climate change film. Date & Time May 8, 2019 at 7:00-9:00 pm Doors open at 6:00 pm Location Roxy Theatre Owen Sound Details This is an open invitation to attend &  it is a pay-what-you-can event. The screening will be followed by a question & answer session. When it comes to climate change, half of Canadians feel overwhelmed and don’t know what [...]

Help Yank Garlic Mustard

Garlic Mustard photo: Ontario's Invading Species Awareness Program Details Garlic mustard is a noxious weed that is threatening native Ontario plants, like trilliums and Trout lilies, as well as many other species. This invasive species arrived in Canada in the 1800s as an edible herb, The leaves emit a strong garlic smell when crushed. It is very common on the Town Trails of Collingwood, & that is where we [...]