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Ontario Nature Calls for Volunteers to Protect the Niagara Glen

Tuesday, August 19th 2008 3:03:52pm

Media Advisory
Attention: Community Calendar and Event Listing

Trailblazing the Niagara Glen!

Volunteers Needed to Help Protect the Niagara Glen


Experience the Niagara River and help the Niagara Parks Commission and Ontario Nature mark hiking trails, update interpretive signage and close unsanctioned spur trails throughout the spectacular Niagara Glen Nature Reserve, a Carolinian forest that contains one of the largest concentrations of species-at-risk found anywhere in Canada. Your work will encourage others to tread lightly, taking only photographs and leaving only footprints. To lend a hand with preserving this special place, please register online at www.ontarionature.org/action. We look forward to seeing you this September!  


WHAT:
Niagara Glen Tracks and Trails

WHEN:
Friday, September 12, 2008 at 9:00 am

WHERE:
Niagara Glen, near Niagara Falls, Ontario (Take the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) around Lake Ontario, through St. Catharines.
Take exit 37 onto the 405 which continues east where the QEW heads south east.
The last exit before the border with the States takes you
into Queenston. Turn right (south) onto the Niagara Parkway.)

WHO:
Ontario Nature and the Niagara Parks Commission


For more information, contact:

Lisa Richardson
Volunteer for Nature Coordinator
416-444-8419 ext.222
lisar@ontarionature.org

Jim MacInnis
Communications Coordinator, Ontario Nature
416-444-8419 ext.269
jimm@ontarionature.org


Ontario Nature
is a not-for profit 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.