Posts by Amy Griffiths

Important Notice for April 17th, 2018

A military exercise will be taking place in the central section of the Ganaraska Forest on Tuesday, April 17th at 3:00 p.m. If you see a helicopter in the north area of the central forest, please note that it is simply an exercise. Questions? Please call the Ganaraska Forest Centre at 905.885.8173.

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2018 GRCA Public Events Calendar Updated

The Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority is pleased to announce that the 2018 Outdoor Adventures Calendar has been finalized. There will be a few events offered free of charge in 2018. Spaces will be limited. Don’t be disappointed! Call today to pre-register for any 2018 event – 905.885.8173. 2018 Public Events

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Important Information Regarding Ganaraska Forest Use

A friendly reminder that the Ganaraska Forest is closed to all recreational uses, with the exception of hiking, until May 1st. Please review the Conditions of Use before visiting the forest. Ganaraska Forest memberships and day passes are no longer available for purchase from Ganaraska Leathercraft. Noone’s Petro Canada will not be selling Ganaraska Forest passes until…

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The Ganaraska Forest Centre – 40 years of Outdoor Education

Research shows that children learn best when they participate in real-life, hands-on activities. The formal name for those experiences is Experiential Education and the Ganaraska Forest Centre is extremely proud to be entering its 40th year of engaging children in this type of learning. Experiential learning fosters student engagement by creating relevant experiences that spark…

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Ganaraska Forest Logging Update

There are about 3 weeks left of logging in the forest; specifically in compartment 148. Please take caution when you are in the area of machinery. Recreate safely in the Ganaraska Forest!

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Family Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Day Rescheduled

Due to poor ski conditions, the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority’s Family Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Day has been postponed to February 3rd 2018. There are still spots available in each session – call today to register! Where – Ganaraska Forest Centre Times – 9:30am session & 1:00pm session The Ganaraska Forest is beautiful year-round, but especially…

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March Break Madness with the GRCA

The Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority (GRCA) is proud to announce that the Conservation Authority will be running a March Break camp – Nature Nuts March Break Madness Camp! The camp is designed, planned and delivered by OCT-qualified teachers. Each day has a dedicated theme where campers will be immersed in a variety of hands-on activities,…

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