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Oakville’s citizens should be able to shape their community

Oakville residents are shocked and upset that the corporation ClubLink, the owners of world-renowned Glen Abbey Golf Course, have made a proposal to develop all of the current golf course that stretches along the west ...

Forest

How Livable Oakville just became a lot less Livable

Development has won another battle in gobbling up Oakville green spaces. The Town of Oakville and Halton Region have just backed down in their efforts to enforce a natural space zoning in their own official ...

yellow ash tree leaves

Drought is stressing Oakville’s Trees – Please Water!

With the hot summer weather, our local trees are struggling. As LEAF explains, the small amount of rain we do get runs off paved surfaces and into storm sewers, barely reaching the trees that desperately ...

Birch Tree

Oakvillegreen receives $10,000 grant for expanded Urban Forest Stewardship Program

Oakvillegreen Conservation Association is pleased to acknowledge the financial support of The Oakville Environmental Fund and The Alma Fund (held within the Oakville Community Foundation) to support ‘Tree Keepers’ – an urban forest stewardship program.

Fourteen Mile Creek

Oakville’s Fourteen Mile Creek: Small Creek with a Big Heart

Nestled in between the much-larger and better-known Bronte and Sixteen Mile Creeks is one of Oakville’s hidden natural gems.

Tryptic of Photo of 14 Mile Creek

Discover Fourteen Mile Creek

Oakvillegreen Conservation Association is excited to announce a content-packed series of new web pages that highlight the ecological significance, beauty and value of our urban creeks.

Singular Trillium in Bloom

Oakvillegreen Hosts a Headwater Hike at 14 Mile Creek

Amongst Oakville’s many trails and green spaces, 14 Mile Creek stands out as an important urban river valley with upstream connections to headwater features such as groundwater recharge areas, ephemeral streams and wetlands.

Honey Bee

Help your local Honey Bee

As the Monarch butterfly population declines and honey bee losses mount in recent years, we are coming to realize the serious challenges facing pollinators in Ontario. Rather than feeling overwhelmed with all the bad news ...

16 Mile Creek facing North from Randall

Leading Canadian Environmentalist to speak at Oakvillegreen AGM

Are you a budding environmentalist wondering how you can make a difference?

Dr. Giuliana Casimirri

ANNOUNCING…Two new key staff members

Oakvillegreen Conservation Association (OCA) is excited to announce the addition of two key staff members to the OCA team.

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