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Clean Up Comp WINNERS

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Thank you to everyone who came out and lent a hand in our first annual FCCA vs. RSCA CLEAN UP COMP.

We had just under 200 volunteers who came out and collected a pile of rubbish the size of at least 2 SUVs. See our Facebook wall for pictures of our great event.

A couple special thank-you’s: Julie Hindle-Jolicoeur who organized the geocaching event as a part of the clean up! She did such an awesome job! South Nation, who brought FREE TREEs to Findlay Creek residents! Zaynab, our Youth Coordinator, who came out on her 17th birthday! To the @RiversideSouthCA who challenged us! And to ALL THOSE WHO CAME OUT YESTERDAY A HUGE THANK YOU!

Our community prides itself on its greenspace and we really showed that yesterday. Cheers all.


Help South Nation install Duck Boxes Sat Dec 20th

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SouthNationLogoLooking for something to do with the kids this Saturday (Dec 20th)??

Phillip from South Nation Conservation is looking for volunteers to help install duck boxes near the Leitrim Wetland from 10-12.

Come out and learn about the Wetlands and duck habitat.

If your interested please contact Phillip at pduncan@nation.on.ca

South Nation Conservation to give away free trees to Findlay Creek residents on May 3

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treegiveawaySouth Nation Conservation will hand out free trees
Saturday, May 3, 10 a.m.
Findlay Creek Boardwalk (White Alder/Findlay Creek)
∙ Shrub ∙ Pine ∙ Fir ∙ Maple ∙
Limited stock. First come, first served.
Contact Kat Watson with tree preference:
kwatson@nation.on.ca or 1-800-984-2948 ext. 298.
Only residents of Findlay Creek eligible to receive a tree. One per household. ID with address required.

Findlay Creek residents invited to have their say about the Capital Urban Lands Master Plan

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nccThe National Capital Commission invites Ottawa residents to participate in the Capital Urban Lands Master Plan online public consultation to help identify the vision/planning, policies (inc. Parkways Policy), land designations, activities and uses of federal lands in Ottawa’s Greenbelt perimeter, and within urban Gatineau. Federal lands include: green urban spaces (inc. parkways/ pathways), river banks, natural habitats, federal employment buildings and national museums,the Central Experimental Farm. The last day to participate is April 6.


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