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Volunteer for Nature to support revitalization of East Don River

Wednesday, June 4th 2008 3:38:11pm

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Volunteer for Nature to support revitalization of East Don River

Native wildflower planting part of province-wide campaign to engage public in conservation efforts

(Toronto, Ontario) Join Volunteer for Nature participants and Friends of the Don East for a native wildflower planting in Taylor Creek Park this Sunday, June 8 at 10:00 am. Participants will observe the ongoing work to revitalize the East Don River and lend a hand by planting native trees and wildflowers.

Ontario Nature’s Volunteer for Nature program was established in 2001 in partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). Volunteer for Nature events are scheduled across the province this year and are tailored for people of all ages and skill levels (www.ontarionature.org/action).

Native wildflower planting in Taylor Creek Park

Saturday, June 8, 2008 at 10:00 am

Taylor Creek Park, parking lot on east side of Dawes Rd. opposite Park Vista Dr.

Volunteer for Nature participants
Representatives from Friends of the Don East

For more information, contact:

Lisa Richardson
Volunteer for Nature coordinator
416-444-8419 ext.222

Victoria Foote
Director of Communications, Ontario Nature
416-444-8419 ext.238

Ontario Nature
is a non-profit charity that works to protect and restore natural habitats through research, education and conservation. It connects thousands of individuals and communities with nature through various conservation groups across the province (charitable registration # 10737 8952 RR0001). For more information, visit www.ontarionature.org.