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Ontario Nature Calls for Volunteers to Help Battle Invasive Buckthorn in the Queenston Heights Forest

Tuesday, August 19th 2008 2:55:41pm

Media Advisory
Attention: Community Calendar and Event Listing

Calling all conservation volunteers

Help Battle Invasive Buckthorn in the Queenston Heights Forest

Come to Queenston Heights Forest at the southern end of the Bruce Trail where the Niagara gorge crosses the Niagara River, and help the Niagara Parks Commission (NPC) and Ontario Nature remove European buckthorn colonies that have invaded this Carolinian forest. This event is a continuation of two similar activities held last year.

In 2007, volunteers from Ontario Nature’s Volunteer for Nature program, Niagara College and the Niagara Falls Nature Club cleared invasive European buckthorn bushes from nearly one kilometre of the Queenston Heights Forest periphery. To lend a hand with this year’s effort, please register online at www.ontarionature.org/action.

Battling Buckthorn

Saturday, September 13, 2008
9:00 am

Queenston Heights Forest, near Niagara Falls, Ontario

Ontario Nature & the Niagara Parks Commission

For more information, contact:

Lisa Richardson
Volunteer for Nature Coordinator
416-444-8419 ext.222

Jim MacInnis
Communications Coordinator, Ontario Nature
416-444-8419 ext.269

Ontario Nature
is a not-for profit that works to protect and restore natural habitats through research, education and conservation. It connects thousands of individuals and communities with nature through various conservation groups across the province (charitable registration # 10737 8952 RR0001). For more information, visit www.ontarionature.org.