Celebrate the International Year of Biodiversity
on an Ontario Power Generation fall hike on the Bruce Trail
September 12 and 26, and Bruce Trail Day, October 3, 2010
Join a Bruce Trail Conservancy ecologist or volunteer on a free two-hour guided hike exploring the tremendous variety of life on the Niagara Escarpment. Suitable for families, nature nuts, and anyone hoping to take a deeper look at the web of life along the Bruce Trail.
Hikes are open to the public and no pre-registration is necessary for the October 3rd hikes.
Visit our Hike Descriptions & Locations page for more details.
OPG Biodiversity is a series of conservation-focused, family-friendly events sponsored by Ontario Power Generation (OPG) in partnership with the Bruce Trail Conservancy, Ontario Nature, Earth Rangers, LEAF (Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests), Rouge Park and Trees Ontario. Its goal is to spread the word about protecting and conserving biodiversity in our urban parklands and forest ecosystems, making it easy for people to get involved with the environment and help fight climate change. OPG Biodiversity is part of OPG's commitment to conserve, sustain and protect nature.
For further information on these and other upcoming events, visit opgbiodiversity.ca.