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Citizens Concerned About the Future of the Etobicoke Waterfront

Updated: July 10, 2024

What’s New

New Membership Renewal Options for 2024

Fall Bird Walk Dates

June Bird Walk Report & Photos

Shoreline Rehabilitation at CSSP to Start Late 2024

Toronto Nature Stewards in South Etobicoke

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Patterns n Parallels

May 6, 2024 - July 26, 2024

Hosted in The Fashion Institute

3166 Lake Shore Blvd West, Etobicoke ON (NW corner of Kipling & Lake Shore Blvd W)

    Visiting Hours

    Tuesday to Friday 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
    Wednesday 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM
    Saturday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

TNS-Logo-(White-Background)Toronto Nature Stewards are now in South Etobicoke

Toronto Nature Stewards (TNS), with the agreement of the City of Toronto Urban Forestry Division, runs a stewardship program on public land in ravines and natural areas without direct City supervision. Sites are managed by Lead Stewards who have been trained, follow agreed-upon protocols for ecological restoration, and report their stewardship activities.

How We Restore Land

TNS Stewards support the ecological restoration of ravines and natural areas by picking up litter, removing invasive plants, planting native species, and monitoring the environmental impact of stewardship activities. We meet as small, local groups to care for approved sites in Toronto’s ravines and natural areas. Each stewardship site has been approved by the City of Toronto and each stewardship group is committed to stewarding their local site for several years.

Active Sites in South Etobicoke:

Lake Promenade Site - primarily Long Branch Park and Len Ford Park

Etobicoke Creek Valley Park - two separate parcels north and south of the QEW

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Monday, Sept 16 at 7:00 pm via Zoom.

Check our updated Meetings Page for meeting dates and Zoom links.
Our meetings are open to all. Join us and find out what’s going on!