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- Three fundraising successes to celebrate!
- New Membership Structure for AGM
- Ancaster resident Lisa Burnside named HCA’s new CAO
December 2016 Issue:
- Happy Holidays from the Hamilton Conservation Foundation!
- Conservation Awards celebrate some of our most passionate supporters
- Another Successful RBC Blue Water Day
September 2016 Issue:
- Equestrian community continues tradition of generous support for Dundas Valley
- Community planting and hike to focus on Karst Feeder Lands
- Canal Park opening connects urban Dundas with natural world
March 2016 Issue:
- Braden’s Hot Chocolate Festival celebrates 5 years by hitting $75,000 mark for Dundas Valley
- Foundation Vice-Chair Anne Tennier nominated at YWCA Women of Distinction Awards
- Naming contest for new East Escarpment Conservation Area to be launched at area schools
September 2015 Issue:
- Donations help blaze new trails at Fifty Point
- Gifts pushing Hermitage project along
- Join us for a Fall Colour Hike at Christie Lake CA
September 2014 Issue:
- Stream restoration at Christie Lake turning heads.
- Pitching in for parkland
- California cactus connection boosts Desjardins Canal Parklands
March 2014 Issue:
- New Foundation Executive Director combines fundraising savvy with love of nature
- 2014 shaping up to be a banner year for Hamilton’s green spaces
- Braden’s Hot Chocolate Festival brings thousands out to celebrate the valley
- Westfield is turning 50!
December 2013 Issue:
- Happy Holidays from Joan
- Year-end brings generous gifts from Hamilton community
- Three-Year Natural Areas Inventory Project Complete
- Braden Marshall wins Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award
August 2013 Issue:
- Greetings from the Chair
- Trucks and equipment about to roll onto Veldhuis site
- Natural Areas Inventory surveys rare prairie habitat in Dundas Valley