Be a corporate conservation champion and engage your colleagues in support a thriving local environment.Learn More
From April 22-28, you can bid on amazing items, just in time for Mother's Day, all in support of critical environmental projects.Learn More
A memorable evening of fun, food, friendship and philanthropy in support of critical conservation initiatives.Learn More
329 hectares of lake, wetland, forest and meadows nestled in the headwaters of the Credit River and an cherished hub for outdoor recreation.Learn More
A critical protected wetland, home to a significant number of wildlife species and an important recreational and educational landmark.Learn More
Securing new conservation lands to protect their benefit to the environment for generations and connect more people with nature.Learn More
Indigenous Peoples in Canada have a rich and diverse cultural heritage that has been suppressed for far too long. It is time for us to take a different path. Right now, at the Credit Valley Trail’s northern trailhead in Orangeville, Credit Valley Conservation is proud to be constructing our first Indigenous placemaking site, the Crane Gathering Space, at Island Lake Conservation Area.
The Credit Valley Conservation Foundation (CVCF) announced today a renewed two-year partnership with The UPS Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the global logistics leader, in support of Credit Valley Conservation’s (CVC) Community Outreach tree planting and youth engagement programs. The UPS Foundation committed more than $100,000 to help sustain and enhance local green spaces in the Credit River Watershed.
The entire watershed is situated on the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. The watershed is also the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Haudenosaunee and home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis People. In support of Indigenous Peoples, Credit Valley Conservation is committed to empowering Indigenous leadership in conservation through the development of dedicated space along the Credit Valley Trail (CVT) to honour Indigenous knowledge, history and present-day culture.