Fawning Over Our Local Deer

Fawning Over Our Local Deer

Autumn is an exciting time in the Credit River Watershed. Leaves fall to the ground and expose wildlife often hidden by the lush greenery of summer. Ontario is home to about 400,000 White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus… Continue Reading

What Happens to Snakes in Winter?

What Happens to Snakes in Winter?

As the leaves continue to fall and the chilly temperatures inch ever closer, we know that winter will soon be here. While some of Ontario’s birds, bats and butterflies make their way down south to… Continue Reading

10 tips for fishing gear and tackle maintenance

10 tips for fishing gear and tackle maintenance

Guest blog on fishing by The AMFisH guy…Billy Hi fellow fishing enthusiast’s, anglers and AMFisHers!  If you want your baits and gear to last a long time, this post will tell you how to clean and… Continue Reading

Benthic Macroinvertebrates: Indicators of Environmental Health

Benthic Macroinvertebrates: Indicators of Environmental Health

The term benthic macroinvertebrates refers to organisms that live at the bottom of streams, rivers, lakes and wetlands. We do a lot of research into these interesting creatures that live in our watershed. Benthic macroinvertebrates… Continue Reading

Reusing Fill as a Resource to Bring Nature Back to the Waterfront

Reusing Fill as a Resource to Bring Nature Back to the Waterfront

The transformation on the waterfront is truly amazing and we’re well on our way towards creating a beautiful 26 hectare conservation area in Mississauga’s Lakeview community. We’re able to do this by responsibly reusing construction… Continue Reading

Fall Top-Water Tips for Bass Fishing

Fall Top-Water Tips for Bass Fishing

Hi Island Lake visitors, anglers, fishing enthusiasts and fellow AMFisHers!  In this article I discuss one of the most exciting ways to catch bass: with a top-water bait. There is nothing quite like having your… Continue Reading

CVC: inspired by nature

CVC: inspired by nature

CVC does a lot. We operate conservation areas. We educate children and adults about nature. We monitor water quality and issue flood warnings. We work with volunteers and partners to plant forests, remove invasive species,… Continue Reading


Giving is second nature at Island Lake

Giving is second nature at Island Lake

Recreational trails offer so much, especially trails in natural areas. Runners, walkers, cyclists and children all benefit from the opportunity for exercise. Trails even help protect our local environment by letting people experience nature without… Continue Reading

Fall Colours and Much More at Terra Cotta’s Fall Festival

Fall Colours and Much More at Terra Cotta’s Fall Festival

October in Terra Cotta always delivers stunning fall colours, and this year’s Fall Festival at Terra Cotta Conservation Area gives you even more reason to visit this lovely village. The festival takes place on all… Continue Reading


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