Thanks to the incredible generosity of our donors, funders and sponsors, we are thrilled to share that we have raised $2.6 million of our $5 million goal in the first two years of our PROTECT, CONNECT, SUSTAIN Campaign (2016-2020).
In 2017 our supporters helped Credit Valley Conservation get some really great work get done, including:
- The creation of the Credit Valley Trail (CVT) Strategy, the CVT Indigenous Experience Plan and the CVT Tourism Development Plan. This work significantly advances CVC’s vision of a 100 kilometre continuous, connected river valley trail from the headwaters in Orangeville through Caledon, Halton Hills, Brampton to the shore of Lake Ontario in Mississauga
- The planting of 7,000 trees and native shrubs annually through the Community Tree Planting Program
- Park improvements at Island Lake Conservation Area including the construction of an on-water amphitheatre, the installation of wheelchair accessible fishing piers, trailside benches and ongoing trail maintenance of the Vicki Barron Lakeside Trail.
- Boardwalk trail infrastructure upgrades at Rattray Marsh Conservation Area improved accessibility for visitors to this unique urban wetland on the shores of Lake Ontario.
- The engagement of 252 high school students annually in the Conservation Youth Corps summer program. Youth planted 8,000 native trees and shrubs, restored aquatic stream habitats, assisted in wildlife and ecosystem monitoring, removed invasive species and assisted in maintaining local community gardens.
- The restoration of Muskrat Pond at Terra Cotta Conservation Area. Soon, this artificially dammed pond will flow down the Second Creek increasing habitat for brook trout in the Credit River Watershed.
- Management of Dog Strangling Vine (DSV), an invasive plant species that has infested the Forks of the Credit Centre for Biodiversity
- The development and implementation of Why Wetlands? An investigative look into wetlands through multimedia and environmental inquiry. This three-part program featuring a video, a classroom activity and a field trip for grade 4 students in Credit River Watershed was delivered to more than 300 students and 12 schools in 2017.
Our sincere thanks to our 2017 Donors, Funders and Sponsors
Government of Canada, Department of Fisheries and Oceans
$100,000 – $249,000
$50,000 – $99,999
David and Faith Clarkson
Government of Canada, Canada 150
Government of Ontario, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport
RBC Foundation, Blue Water Program
$25,000 – $49,999
Canon Canada Inc
Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation
Government of Ontario
Government of Ontario., Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change
Jim and Micheline Muscat
Ontario Trillium Foundation
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
Town of Orangeville
$10,000 – $24,999
Arbor Day Foundation
Government of Ontario, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
Port Credit West Village
Scotia Wealth Management
Wildlife Habitat Canada
$5,000 – $9,999
Aqua Tech Dewatering Company
Argo (Wanless) Ltd.
Dods & McNair Funeral Home & Chapel
Groundwater Environmental Management
Mayfield McLaughlin Development
Mountain Equipment Co-Op
Paradise Homes Corp
Petro Canada Lubricants Inc
Shoreplan Engineering Limited
Terry and Wendy Carter
$1,000 – $4,999
Canada Lands Company
Canadian National Sportsmen’s Show
Community Foundation of Mississauga
Co-operators General Insurance Company
David Schaeffer Engineering Ltd
Dufferin Child and Family Services
Erin Mills Development Corporation
Fifth Avenue Dental Hygiene Inc.
Flato Dundalk Meadows Inc
Gardiner Roberts LLP
Girl Guides of Canada
Glen Schnarr & Associates
Halton-Peel Woodlands & Wildlife Stewardship
Investors Group Financial Services Inc.
Jean and Derek Williams
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Match MG Canada Inc.
Nestle Waters Canada
Osprey Valley Golf Course
PCLI Community Connect
R & M Construction
R. J. Burnside & Associates
Royal Bank of Canada
Schneider Electric Canada Inc
Sears Canada Vaughan NLC Social Club
Stantec Consulting Ltd.
The Gould Team
United Parcel Service
$500 – $999
Blackstock Ford Lincoln Sales Ltd.
Hossack & Associates Architects Inc
JS Machining & Feedscrew Ltd.
Lord Dufferin Centre
Town of Caledon