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Bark of the Tree Newsletter.

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White pine showing fresh
candle shoots.jpg.

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Dewatering of Oak Ridges
Moraine Aquifers by York
Durham Sewer Contruction.
Note the stained rocks.

Volunteer
Volunteers Needed!

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Please attend our 2015 planting events on May 3, 9, and 24.

FRW Fundraiser

Sunday June 14th, 2015, 10am - 2pm: Walk or run/jog. Glen Rouge Campground (7540 Kingston Road), meet beside thenparking lot.

  • Route: Route Maps and volunteer guides will be available. We will take the Mast and Vista Trails through Rouge Park
  • Route Options:
        1. 8km Challenge: Mast, Vista, Beare Wetland, Vista & Riverside Trails.
        2. 4km Challenge: Mast & Riverside Trails.
  • Register: Contact fundraisingfrw@gmail.com or call 416-208-0252 to register & receive a participant package. Please include: Name, email address, home address, whether you need a record of volunteer hours (ex. high school student), and whether you are walking or running/jogging.
  • Donations: Participants should collect pledges in support of their challenge to walk/run their chosen 8km or 4km route. All donations will be given to Friends of the Rouge Watershed, and individual donors who contribute $25 or more will receive a charitable tax receipt.

NEWS AND ISSUES

To learn more about the issues visit the Rouge National Park Friends website.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Volunteer

FRW needs and appreciates your volunteer support....

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ABOUT US

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THE ROUGE WATERSHED

Early Settlement

By 1793, 13 American colonies had revolted against British rule and many so called “British Empire Loyalists” were beginning to move from the United States to Canada....

OUR PARTNERS

Fall Volunteer Planting Days in 2011

A typical day of planting begins at 9:30 am and ends at noon. Lunch and a nature walk (1 to 2 pm) follow....

OUR PROJECTS

Bio-Monitoring

Butterfly bio-monitoring walk....

ABOUT US

FRW Formation

Friends of the Rouge Watershed (FRW) was formed in 1991 ....