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Mission Monarch Workshop

DESCRIPTION Participants in this two-hour workshop will learn how to easily document monarch habitat and habitat use. Skills learned in the classroom and field sessions include milkweed identification and observing monarch eggs, caterpillars and adults. You will learn how to participate in Mission Monarch, a citizen science project directed by the Insectarium-Montréal Space for Life, […]

Photo by Cynthia Brink
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We don’t want your weeds!

It’s that time of year again when some people will be looking for somewhere to dispose of your garden green waste. Unfortunately, disposing of garden waste along the roadside near a natural area is one of the main ways that invasive plants are dispersed and spread. Invasive plants create a heap of problems when then […]

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2018 Turkey Season.

Amendments have been made under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act to enhance and modernize Ontario’s wild turkey hunting program.  Click here to see the updates. The spring season: April 25 to May 31. The fall season: Firearms October 9 to October 21.  Bow only October 1 to October 31. If you are planning a […]

Events

55 walkers attended!

March 4th Pathways for People hike at the St Williams Conservation Reserve was a big hit with about 55 people participating.  Weather was perfect for a winter walk. Good exposure for SWCRCC and also the Canada’s 1st Forestry Station Interpretive Centre. Many thanks to Michele Crowley of the Health Unit for organizing and promoting the […]

Events

2018 Work Bees in The CR

Saturday’s Work Bee on February 24th was a success! We had a large group of volunteers that joined us from the Norfolk ATV Club. Thank you to all of the people who came out to lend a hand. Fututre Work Bee Date: 4th Saturday of each month, mark your calendars. Time: 1:30 – 4:30 pm […]

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Opportunities for Public Input for 2019-2028 Operations Plan

We have identified three opportunities for the public, CR users and other stakeholders to provide input on the 2019-2028 Operations Plan. Public Survey is complete – the results of this online survey will allow us to gauge public perception of whether we are achieving the management goals and objectives of the CR.   Results to […]

Recreation

Code of Conduct for St. Williams Conservation Reserve

These guidelines have been adapted from the Ontario Trails Council’s user guidelines for shared-use trails and various county and regional codes of conduct for forest users. General Rules for all SWCR Users Expect and respect other trail users Leave the wildlife for others to enjoy. Do not stress, harass, or chase wildlife. Stay on authorized […]

Recreation

What Do I Need to Know about Trail Density and Human Usage?

While we’re delighted that individuals and groups are out on trails and experiencing nature’s peace and beauty, the fact is, whether we walk, mountain bike, horseback ride, dirt bike, or ATV, there is an impact on the forest’s vegetation and wildlife. MNRF View It’s important for you to know that based on available research, MNRF […]