IF YOU ARE A LANDOWNER
Become a Steward
Landowners with property on Twelve Mile Creek or its tributaries should consider becoming a Twelve Mile Creek steward to restore, enhance, and preserve their portion of the creek.
Selected landowners will benefit from professional assessment of the creek, remediation and enhancement of the creek’s borders (riparian zone) such as plantings of native trees and shrubs, and where necessary, further measures to remove barriers, mitigate flooding and erosion, and reduce sediment.
The first step is to use the form below to contact us for a site survey. We will walk your property with you and provide you with a written, science-based plan for stream rehabilitation. And if you agree, we will undertake the work and make sure it conforms to the plan.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO
The Niagara Chapter of Trout Unlimited needs volunteers who will work with us on projects ranging from planting grasses, shrubs, and trees to heavy restoration work such as stream bank stabilization and the installation of habitat structures (wood and rock). Members of Trout Unlimited Canada know that their membership contribution of $40 per year goes to preserve and enhance cold water resources across Canada.
To add your name to a list of volunteers with the Niagara Chapter of TUC, contact us at:
To join Trout Unlimited Canada for a $40 tax deductible donation, contact TUC at:
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