Credit Valley Conservation Day
May 13th, 2014
Credit Valley Conservation Authority will be celebrating its 60th anniversary on May 13, 2014 to commemorate 60 years of protecting, conserving and restoring the water and natural resources of the Credit River watershed.
Credit Valley Conservation Authority was established 60 years ago on May 13, 1954. It was established at the request of (among others) the former Peel County municipalities of Port Credit, Toronto Township, Streetsville and City of Brampton to assist in dealing with issues related to pollution, flooding and resource management within the Credit River watershed. Since its inception, Credit Valley Conservation has continued to work in partnership with municipalities, community groups, and landowners to further the goal of an environmentally healthy river for economically and socially healthy communities.
Town of Mono, as a partner in the protection and management of the Credit River watershed, hereby declares May 13th, 2014 as Credit Valley Conservation Day.
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