The Fletcher Creek Ecological Preserve is a unique natural area. An abandoned quarry at the site was rehabilitated, resulting in the creation of a rare type of wetland. Environmental improvements to the area resulting from the restoration are significant and include the expansion of a fen plant community — the rarest form of wetland in Ontario — creation of additional habitat for rare plants and animals already in the area, a new breeding area for leopard frogs, snakes, and a variety of small mammals, such as groundhogs, foxes and bats. A mix of coniferous and deciduous trees will create a canopy that, over time, will provide valuable shelter for wintering birds and mammals. The area contains a trail system and interpretive panels.
- Lakeland Pool Closed July 22
- Updated Watershed Conditions Statement: Flood Outlook – Lake Ontario Shoreline July 11
- Lafarge Trail Reroute
- Forestry work in HCA areas this summer
- Boardwalk at Fifty Point marina closed
- There is no trail access between Tew Falls and Webster Falls
- Waterfall Shuttle Begins Good Friday