Surveying The Credit For Spawning Brookies

Brook trout are some of the most beautiful fish I’ve ever seen. With their green, red and orange colours becoming even more brilliant during the spawn, they are truly a sight to behold. However, they are also some of the most secretive fish to hide in our coldwater streams, taking cover…

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Celebrate The Credit River On October 4th

A salmon walk, a restoration planting, seminars discussing the health of the Credit River watershed, and the ghost ponds found throughout it – there’s something for everyone at this year’s Friends of The Credit Stewardship Forum hosted by Credit Valley Conservation (CVC). Held on October 4th, 2014 at the University…

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Volunteer At Willow Park Ecology Centre

A few years back, I used to work at a law firm in Georgetown, Ontario. It was the first job where I had a real, designated lunch break, and after spending the morning in my windowless office, I figured there was no better way to enjoy my lunch hour than…

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A Dog Is Not Always Your Best Friend

With only a week left in our trout season, this past weekend was a perfect time to hit the river. The recent rain and cooler temps seemed likely to improve conditions and I was reasonably optimistic about our chances. Then again, it had been so long since I’d walked the…

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