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CLEAR AS MUD

Using Geoscience for Decisions, Advice, and Accountability ABOUT SARAH GRIFFITH Hailing from Caledon East, a passion for the Earth’s secrets led her to become a Hydrogeological G.I.T. certified by Professional Geoscientists Ontario. Learn about the vital world of geoscience and how it shapes our communities. Dig deep into hydro-geo-environmental investigations. Understand how all of this relates to present concerns about groundwater in our Headwaters area. Tuesday March  26, 2024, Orangeville Senior’s Centre 26 Bythia St 7:00 P.M.   Free admission. Everyone welcome. Refreshments provided (bring your own mug). What lies beneath … Most of us we have a very limited awareness, understanding and appreciation of ground water. Ground water sustains us and our natural communities, sometimes we unknowingly abuse it and we proudly brand where we live as the Headwaters Region. We are so fortunate to present Sarah Griffith a hydrogeologist who will take us on a journey below into the… Read more »

N3 Nature Nerd Night 2024

Headwaters Nature is hosting an evening dedicated to sharing our enjoyment of nature with like-minded people. Headwaters Nature brings together people who share a common interest in the natural environment:  enjoying it, preserving it, and learning more about it in all of its incredible complexity and beauty. Indulge your inner nature nerd and join us for the evening where we will enjoy: a short presentation displays of nature art and artifacts, specimens a book table a couple of entertaining nature films Test your collective knowledge with a fun “Nature ID Quiz” Tuesday February 27, 2024, Orangeville Senior’s Centre 26 Bythia St 7:00pm.   Free admission Everyone welcome Refreshments provided (bring your own mug) Nature Nerd Night 2024 We have people are setting up displays of their nature items. There will be interesting things for you to see such as specimen collections, nature artifacts, and art.  There’s still time to reserve a free table…. Read more »

Wildlife Photography by Gary Hall

Fellow naturalists, We are in for a treat as our first speaker for 2024 will be Gary Hall, one of our own Headwaters Nature members! Gary is an exceptional wildlife photographer and has photographed plants, animals and landscapes in many parts of the world. Gary is also the Land Steward Co-ordinator as well as the leader of the Sustainability working group for the Caledon Club of the Bruce Trail Conservancy. See the poster below for more information and a sample of Gary’s work. As always invite your friends, neighbours and relatives to join us for this visual treat. Hope to you there.

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