The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Foundation is pleased to announce it will be hosting the annual Authentic Wild Game Dinner on Friday April 21, 2017. Tickets will be $30 and go on sale March 1st.
Louth Conservation Area is located along Sixteen Mile Creek in Lincoln County. This 36 hectare (89 acre) parcel of land was purchased in 1973 and preserves a portion of the Niagara Escarpment, providing access to the Bruce Trail. Experience the wonders of the Sixteen Mile Creek valley and historic rock formations as you wind your way through the escarpment forest and see and hear the unique forest songbirds. Stunning scenery can be seen from this trail including two magnificent waterfalls. The upper falls plunges 3.66 metres while the lower falls plummets from a height 7.92 metres. This area is used for passive recreational day use only. A small scale parking lot is located on site, however washroom facilities have not been developed to date.
I am extremely disappointed in the article published in Postmedia publications on Nov. 21, regarding the alleged improprieties at the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA).
LINCOLN, ON – October 6, 2016 – Artisans, crafters, and musicians from across the country will descend upon Ball’s Falls Conservation Area this long weekend for the 42nd