Resources, funding opportunities and technical assistance for rural landowners.
There’s something special about living in the countryside. It’s a lifestyle with advantages, but it often comes with hard work. Septic systems, wells, wildlife, forests, streams and ponds are a lot to care for. Living close to the land means understanding it and caring for it. It’s the difference between being a land owner and a land steward.
Share, discuss and learn with others who care about protecting the Credit River watershed.
Assistance for rural non-farm landowners in the Credit River watershed.
Workshops, technical assistance, funding and site visits for hobby and production farmers.
The Credit River watershed contains some of the most diverse landscapes in southern Ontario.
Join Countryside Stewardship staff for workshops and special events.
Resources on topics relevant to your home and rural property.
CVC offers funding programs to help rural landowners take on environmental stewardship projects…