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    Community Days in Hungry Hollow

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    Jul Community Days in Hungry Hollow 2017-07-26T09:00 2017-07-26T15:00 Wednesday July 5, 12, 26 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm COMMUNITY Volunteer Days to Remove Invasive Species, Enhance Local Biodiversity in Hungry Hollow at Miller Trail entrance (near St Bridget School) Hands-on learning about our local "Centre for Biodiversity". In support of the Hungry Hollow Collaborative project:- Preservation of Contiguous Forest and valuable Swamp Habitat along sparkling Silver Creek in Hungry Hollow. Sponsored by the Land Stewardship and Habitat Restoration Program of the MNR. To learn more, signup to volunteer, or contact Ms Tunde Otto, MSc, Project Manager please visit www.willowparkecology.ca. Free

    Hungry Hollow ravine
    473 Guelph St, Norval (Mary St parking - 483 Guelph St)
    Halton Hills ON CANADA
    9:00
    am

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    Hungry Hollow ravine
    473 Guelph St, Norval (Mary St parking - 483 Guelph St)
    Halton Hills ON CANADA

    Contact Information


    Contact Name: Tunde Otto
    Phone: 9057037147
    Email: tundeotto@hotmail.com
    Price: na
    Date:
    July 26, 2017 @ 9:00am
    Start Time: 9:00am
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    Event Description


    Wednesday July 5, 12, 26 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
    COMMUNITY Volunteer Days to Remove Invasive Species, Enhance Local Biodiversity in Hungry Hollow at Miller Trail entrance (near St Bridget School) Hands-on learning about our local "Centre for Biodiversity". In support of the Hungry Hollow Collaborative project:- Preservation of Contiguous Forest and valuable Swamp Habitat along sparkling Silver Creek in Hungry Hollow. Sponsored by the Land Stewardship and Habitat Restoration Program of the MNR. To learn more, signup to volunteer, or contact Ms Tunde Otto, MSc, Project Manager please visit www.willowparkecology.ca. Free

     

     


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