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Individual volunteers keep trails clean despite event cancellations

While events such as our Earth Day group cleanup on the Hamilton to Brantford Rail Trail have been unable to go forward, individual volunteers have been stepping up on their own time to help keep our trails clean. Dozens of individual volunteers have completed self-directed cleanups in our watershed’s Conservation Areas. Volunteers at Confederation Beach Park have been especially helpful this Spring with more and more visitors enjoying the Breezeway Trail. 

Volunteers can register and coordinate their activities with HCA by visiting their Volunteer Opportunities page and getting in touch. That way we can track the impact of your efforts, connect you with extra resources and ensure your volunteering has the maximum possible benefit to the Hamilton watershed.

Click here to visit HCA’s Volunteer Opportunities page and register today!

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The TH&B #103 Locomotive is 1 of only 2 of its kind to be preserved. It was moved to #WestfieldHeritageVillage in 1977 to join the Jerseyville station, where it has become a focal point of the Village. For more info, visit https://hamiltonconservationfoundation.ca/donations/westfield/

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