Kelso Quarry Park joins an exclusive group of rehabilitated former pits and quarries awarded with the Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association’s (OSSGA) Bronze Plaque. The association’s highest honour, only 21 sites in Ontario have earned this distinction since it was established in 1975.
Food Truck’N Friday is making its way from the streets of Toronto to the escarpment in Milton at Kelso Conservation Area every Friday evening from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm in July and August, featuring one of the most beautiful natural areas and some of the most flavourful food trucks in southern Ontario.
Construction is progressing on the ecological restoration project on Sixteen Mile Creek at Drumquin Park. The temporary diversion channel is complete and is now redirecting flow around the creek work area.
On Saturday, July 7th, Crawford Lake invites you to grab your coziest pajamas, and join us as we learn how to survive in the forest.
Conservation Halton’s Administration Office will be closed for Canada Day weekend on Monday, July 2nd, 2018. All Conservation Halton Parks are open throughout Canada Day long weekend.
On Monday, June 18, 2018, Conservation Halton hosted a ground breaking ceremony to celebrate the initiation to transform a damaged portion of Sixteen Mile Creek at the Town of Milton’s Drumquin Park.
Conservation Halton invites the community to take part in consulting on the Kelso Conservation Area/Glen Eden Master Plan on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
On Saturday, May 5, 2018, members of the community came together for Trees for Watershed Health, which is the tree planting event that Conservation Halton holds each year to increase forest cover in the watershed, create an opportunity for community involvement and connect watershed residents with the environment.
Halton Municipalities have taken legal action to confirm regulatory role on the proposed truck-rail project. Conservation Halton is part of this action.
Spring Safety Message: Exercise Caution Near Waterways -Conservation Halton reminds residents to keep family members and pets away from the water’s edge this spring