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Shewfelt Wants Chair Title 01/24/2012
Deb Shewfelt wants to be Chair of the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority.
Environmentalist Dies 01/23/2012
Dorothy Crysler is described as an 'original environmentalist' who had a love for birding.
Tree Reserve Nudges Quarter Million 01/21/2012
Donations to Goderich Tree Replacement Reserve pouring in
Plenty of Crashes 01/19/2012
Only some motorists heed our warnings about driving safely in winter weather.
Hanover Sends Budget Back 01/17/2012
Hanover says proposed 11 per cent hike for Conservation Budget levy is too high. this story contains audio!
Higher Conservation Budget 01/16/2012
Grey Sauble Conservation Authority is looking for 400 thousand dollars more this year. this story contains audio!
Protecting Source Water 01/16/2012
Province approves some assessment reports for source water protection areas.
Chill Good For Ski Resort 01/14/2012
More Snow and Colder Temperatures mean Blue Mountain is making more snow.
Meaford Residents Have Questions 01/9/2012
Residents not ready to give up battle decide PEG postponing meeting. this story contains audio!
Tornado Report Filed 12/29/2011
The report into community response to tornado in Goderich filed with EMO. this story contains audio!
Stay Home if Sick 12/25/2011
Health officials want you to stay home for the holidays if you're feeling sick. this story contains audio!
Tree Trail Gets Funding 12/25/2011
Ontario Trillium Foundation donates $10,500 to the Grey and Bruce Tree Trail
Girl Guide to Help Replant Trees 12/23/2011
Cassady Hammond is teamed up with Goderich Parks Superintendent
Thousands for Environment 12/21/2011
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority gets 700 thousand dollars for stormwater study. this story contains audio!
Hanover Garden Wins Award 12/18/2011
Hanover Hospital's Garden of Fond Memories wins Community in Blooms award. this story contains audio!
Unique Visitor at Art Gallery 12/16/2011
Police conclude it was a deer that broke into an Art Gallery in Paisley.
Bibles Debate on Hold 12/7/2011
Sub Committee will look at issue of allowing bibles in Bluewater public schools. this story contains audio!
Planting Trees in Goderich 12/2/2011
Residents can learn more about Tree Project through Goderich municipal website.
Flood Advisory Ends 12/1/2011
Ausable-Bayfield Authority ends flood advisory, but high water alert remains.
Preparing for Kraft Celebrations 11/29/2011
All residents invited to pancake Kraft, Canada AM celebration for Sally Ann Food Bank. this story contains audio!
ABCA Issues Flood Warning 11/29/2011
Rainfall amounts in Ausable and Bayfield Watersheds has approached 40 mm.
Flood Warning at Lake Simcoe 11/29/2011
Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority issues flood advisory due to rainfall.
Christmas in the Country 11/27/2011
Today is the last day to enjoy Christmas in the Country with Saugeen Authority. this story contains audio!
Santa Claus Parades 11/26/2011
Mother nature is expected to co-operate with the Santa parades today.
Tree Seed Kits 11/24/2011
Goderich Tree Project offers tree seed kits to help re-populate your property.
Indecent Exposure in Owen Sound 11/22/2011
Police looking for a man who exposed himself to a 12 year old girl.
Trees Up for Discussion 11/22/2011
Collingwood Council looking for input with a revised tree preservation by-law. this story contains audio!
Green Space May Be Lost 11/20/2011
Kincardine Council receives warning from the Saugeen Conservation Authority. this story contains audio!
Buying A Tree for Christmas 11/20/2011
Goderich urges residents to make a donation, purchase a tree as a Christmas gift.
Seeking Funds for Trees 11/18/2011
Goderich seeks cash contributions for the Tree Reserve Fund.
Kraft Surprised by Results 11/17/2011
Salvation Army says Kraft Canada couldn't believe the response in seven days. this story contains audio!
Making Goderich Green 11/17/2011
Lots of interest in making Goderich's Harbour Park greener again.
City Wins Kraft Assists 11/15/2011
50 thousand total reached and Owen Sound finishes well ahead of other communities.
Man Hurt in Deer Crash 11/15/2011
32 year old man hurt after motorcycle collided with a deer on Line 90.
Owen Sound Food Bank Leads 11/14/2011
Salvation Army Food Bank has big lead in Kraft online contest.
Water Advisory Removed 11/14/2011
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority lifts low water advisory.
Re-Leaf Meeting in Goderich 11/12/2011
Meeting for residents who want to know how public spaces will look in Goderich.
Kraft Helps Local Food Banks 11/8/2011
Food for Families is underway, helping Owen Sound Salvation Army help those in need this story contains audio!
Hanover Looks at Surplus 11/8/2011
Hanover officials shoot for a second year in a row with a surplus at year end. this story contains audio!
No Camping at Lobie's Park 11/6/2011
Walkerton's picturesque Lobie's Park won't be transformed into a campground. this story contains audio!
Phragmites Burn 11/5/2011
South Bruce Peninsula says phragmite reeds are killing natural vegetation in the area. this story contains audio!
Botulism Confirmed in Bird Deaths 10/28/2011
Natural, although upsetting phenomenon that MNR says could happen again.
Black Tie Dinner for Swamp 10/28/2011
Fundraiser tonight hosted by Saugeen Conservation Authority for Greenock Swamp. this story contains audio!
Conservation Budget Talks 10/26/2011
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority hopes to finalize 2012 budget in new year.
Beach Bird Cleanup Today 10/24/2011
Thousands of birds -- likely ducks -- on shores of Allenwood, Wasaga Beach this story contains audio!
Plans Woodland Reflection Shelter 10/23/2011
Ausable Bayfiled Conservation Foundation Project
Creepy Crawlies Exhibit 10/23/2011
Saugeen Conservation and Bruce Museum partner on new 'buggy' exhibit. this story contains audio!
More Dead Birds On Beach 10/22/2011
OPP remind people to keep kids and pets away from dead birds.
Tree Planting in Goderich 10/22/2011
Volunteers spread out around Goderich to plant trees today.
Forest Festival Ends Today 10/21/2011
Over 900 Grade 7 students have been learning about forests in Grey Bruce. this story contains audio!

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