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Archive for February, 2012
The Town of Oakville is looking for an Environmental Policy Coordinator. Job description, requirements and qualifications can be found at :
Applications will be accepted on-line at www.oakville.ca in the current opportunities section no later than midnight on Wednesday, …
TreeCanada's Edible Trees program is offering funding up to $4,000 and other resources for community-based projects that provide residents with access to fresh fruit and nut trees while making a positive difference to the Canadian environment. Application deadline is Tuesday, …
Nominations are now open for Conservation Halton’s 2012 Conservation Awards of Excellence, in the Citizen, Community, Corporate, Education and Stewardship categories. Nominations will close on April 30, 2012 and the Awards Night takes place on June 7. http://www.conservationhalton.ca/ShowCategory.cfm?subCatID=1190
Councillor Colin Best is worried that continued development in Milton’s southeast end is leaving little room for water to drain within the relatively flat landscape.
Flooding in the Louis St. Laurent and Fourth Line area is damaging nearby woodlots, a …
North American Partnership for Environment Community Action has approved funding for Green Communities Canada's project, Depave Paradise.
The project involves ripping up concrete and asphalt and replacing it with soil and vegetaion. The six participating communities include Toronto, Hamilton, and Kitchener-Waterloo.
A new book, Carrot City, written by architects and academics, shows that the local food movement is not just a short-lived foodie trend.
The authors argue that planning at the neighbourhood scale can facilitate the introduction of agriculture into high-density, high-rise …
Credit Valley Conservation looking for Water Resources Technician and Watershed Resources Engineering Specialist
Credit Valley Conservation has postings for a Water Resources Technician and Watershed Resources Engineering Specialist.
Application deadline is Thursday, March 1. Also summer postings.
Conservation Halton is looking for a full-time Graphic Designer. Application deadline is Sunday, February 26. Also summer postings.
Based out of Mountsberg Conservation Area in Campbellville, Ways of the Woods, or WOW, takes advantage of the best natural features of local Conservation Halton parks. Each week campers, aged nine to 14 travel to forests, lakes, caves, streams, meadows, …