The Hamilton‐Halton Watershed Stewardship Program (HHWSP) offers a variety of programs that are available for landowners. Check out the below links to learn more.
Water Quality and Habitat Improvement Projects
Grant program for landowners to complete wildlife habitat or water quality improvement projects on their property.
Stormwater Stewardship in Dundas
A pilot project working with landowners to develop and/or identify private and public projects that reduce the volume, and improve the quality of water flowing overland and through municipal stormwater infrastructure.
School Grounds Naturally
Create a living classroom or naturalize your school grounds!
City of Hamilton Well Decommissioning
A grant program for City of Hamilton landowners to decommission water wells that are no longer used.
Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System Stewardship
A program to encourage and assist private landowners to become stewards of their own lands within the Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System area.
Brookies in Bronte Forever
A multi-phased project aimed at protecting, sustaining and enhancing Brook Trout habitat in the Bronte Creek watershed through education, awareness and habitat rehabilitation.
A biennial capacity-building workshop for individuals and community groups who undertake environmental initiatives.
Healthy Hamilton Watersheds Action Plan
Action plans to protect and restore the natural environment in Hamilton.