44 Nature Sites Were Cleaned Up on April 23, 2016

occpehhr1Safety at the Earth Week Clean Up:

* Always have safety on your mind when doing the clean up.
* Garbage bags and work gloves are provided.
* Consider bringing a pickup stick, rake, broom and shovel.
* Be extremely careful when picking up dangerous items like
broken glass, discarded needles or jagged metal pieces.
* Do not carry heavy or bulky items by yourself.
* Do not clean up along the sides of roads or around parked cars.


44 Nature Sites Being Cleaned Up on April 23, 2016

1. Bronte Bluffs Park
2. Coronation Park
3. Great Lakes Boulevard
4. Hopedale Park
5. Woodhaven Park and Sedgewick Forest

1. Busby Park
2. Hogs Back Park
3. Tannery Park

1. Clearview Park (Clean Up is on April 30)
2. Cornwall Road at the Humane Society
3. Dunvegan Park


1. Aldercrest Park
2. Bronte Creek Provincial Park – Day Use Area
3. Bronte Creek Provincial Park – Campgrounds
4. 4th Line/Upper Middle Road
5. Glen Oak Creek Trail at Monastery Drive
6. Langtry Park
7. Nottinghill Park
8. Sandpiper Road at Pheasant Lane
9. Taplow Creek Trails south of Pilgrims Way
10. Watercliffe Court Pond
11. Woodgate Woods

1. 16 Hollow Park on West Oaks Trails
2. Indian Ridge Trail
3. Isaac Park-Dundas/6th Line
4. Munn’s Creek Trails meeting at Margot and Munn’s
5. Nipegon Trail on 6th Line
6. Oxford Park
7. River Glen Park
8. River Oaks Boulevard west of Trafalgar Road
9. Wildwood Park

1. Algrove Park
2. Bayshire Woods Park
3. 8th Line/Falgarwood Drive
4. Forest Glade Park
5. Glenashton Drive Bridge
6. Glenashton Park
7. Joshua Valley North at Arrowhead and Pinery Crescent
8. Lancaster Woods
9. Litchfield Park
10. Postridge Park
11. Ravineview Way and Pondview Place
12. Sheridan Hills Park
13. Sheridan Valley Park

2010 Earth Week Clean Up Coordinators

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