Project to restore the degraded riparian zone of the stream, to minimize erosion and sedimentation, and improve creek shading.
Rehabilitation of an abandoned quarry site to create a fen – the rarest form of wetland in Ontario – and created important habitat for flora and fauna.
Installation of a fish-friendly box culvert and removal of a weir to improve habitat connectivity.
A creek channel was restored after urban development lead to sediment spills that caused habitat damage and flow alteration in the creek. The intersection of nature and urban development is often difficult to navigate, and the results can be imperfect. Sometimes the...
The project aimed to re-establish a self-sustaining population of Chinook with a high probability of long-term persistence against variability in natural environmental changes.
This wetland enhancement project improved water quality, increased biodiversity and provided important wetland habitat in the headwaters of Black Rapids Creek.