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Family Day Event combines Ecological Understanding, Creative Solutions and Fun

An upcoming community event is aimed at celebrating how teamwork has led to some inspiring solutions. The family day event, this Saturday, Feb. 13, will be held at the Toronto and Region Conservation's Tree and Wood Recovery Centre at the Small Arms Building, 1352 Lakeshore Drive, Mississauga from 12 to 3 p.m.


Order trees online to help grow Caledon's tree canopy

The Town of Caledon is bringing back its tree seedling program back for 2016. The Program provides Caledon residents with tree seedling and deciduous potted stock options.


Waterfront park between Bluffers to East Point in Scarborough is taking shape

This Scarborough Mirror article highlights the public meeting to be held later this week for the Scarborough Waterfront Project. The meeting is a chance for residents to share their views with conservation authority.


Meet Ontario's radical new environment commissioner

In this National Post article, David Reevely writes about Ontario's new Environmental Commissioner Dianne Saxe.


Great lake swimmers: Conservation experts are worried about the destructive impact Asian carp are likely to have on the Great Lakes ecosystem

In this article in Corporate Knights, freelance writer Andrew Reeves highlights the history and spread of Asian Carp in North America and the destructive force these fish can have on the Great Lakes. TRCA's Karen McDonald features prominently in the piece.