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OakvilleGives

OakvilleGives celebrates giving and volunteerism this Tuesday

On Tuesday, November 27, 2018, OakvilleGives, local charities and businesses in our community come together to promote as well as celebrate volunteerism and philanthropy.

PLANT

PLANT – an initiative to build Oakville’s tree canopy

Oakville has a new way to keep track of tree planting efforts thanks to the new PLANT program found on the Town’s website. Oakville residents, Forestry staff and environmental groups like Oakvillegreen Conservation Association can now ...

Creek through Appleby Collge

Oakville’s tree canopy reaches new heights

Even in the face of ice storms, urban development and the impact of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), Oakville has increased its tree canopy by 1.3 per cent since 2005, a new study has revealed.

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 ...

Celebrating Bronte Bluffs restoration

The town celebrated the completion of a bioswale project at Bronte Bluffs on June 29, 2016 with community partners Conservation Halton, Bronte BIA, Bronte Historical Society, Bronte Horticultural Society, Oakvillegreen, Evergreen, and Amec Foster Wheeler.

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.

Urban Coyote, Town of Oakville,

Oakville’s coyote management initiatives

Research and experience has shown the two most significant things the Town of Oakville can do to reduce direct public interaction with coyotes is education and the removal of coyote attractants such as food. Town ...

Karen Brock Photographer, People tour woodlands during the fall

Town Council Meeting renews commitment to saving Merton Lands

There are 2 items of news that resulted from last night’s Council meeting: a motion concerning Saw-whet and a resolution concerning the Merton Lands and the Greenbelt. 1. Regarding Saw-whet Thank you to the hundreds ...

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?

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