Join us for a Winter Walk for Wildlife! Help us raise funds for conservation and enjoy a guided hiking tour of the beautiful Westminster Ponds ESA.
We ask that all participants raise a minimum of $50 to participate in this event. The Top 3 fundraisers will win prizes! You can see how much you have raised on the Winter Walk Leaderboard.
The hike is approximately 1.5km and shouldn't take more than 1 hour. After the guided hike, join us for a delicious lunch inside!
If you would like to sponsor someone for the walk, please visit the Sponsorship page. Be sure to write in the name of the person that you are supporting to participate in the walk!
To start fundraising for yourself, visit the Promotion page. You can share your personal tracking link with others by E-mail or through social media. Any donations received through your personal recruiting link will go towards your fundraising total.
You can also use this pledge form for collection of cheques and cash, which can be brought to the event.
Special thanks to our event sponsors:
Come out and hear Dianne Saxe, our Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, talk about climate change and the environmental challenges in Ontario. Commissioner Saxe's appointment has focused on serving the Ontario Legislature, improving the effectiveness of the environmental bill of rights and catalyzing better environmental, energy and climate outcomes, for and with the people of Ontario.
Special thanks to our platinum sponsor:
Special thanks to other sponsors:
Get Wild for Wetlands!
Join us at Joany's Woods as we celebrate the installation of our new boardwalk. Joany’s Woods is a 148 ha (365 acre) gem which includes woodlands, wetlands, meadows, plantations and shrub thickets. We will hike the Inch Trail (3.2 km) and explore the wonderful wetland habitats, look for frogs, spring flowers and migrating birds.
We will meet in the parking lot at the entrance to the Inch Trail. If you are able to car pool please do so, the parking lot is very small! Cars can also be left at the corner of Elliot Dr and Boothill Road (before you enter the long single lane driveway).
Thank you to TD Friends of the Environment for supporting our project!
TTLT will once again be holding a native plant sale this spring! We'll be selling a range of native wildflowers that not only look great in your garden, but will also provide a great food source for pollinating insects and birds. Stay tuned for the plant list and more information.
We're so grateful to the Friends of the London Civic Gardens for generously providing greehouse space and volunteers to nurture and grow our native plants.
We look forward to seeing you there!