Toronto’s ravines, both their ecological value and declining health, are getting global attention. Thank you Leyland Cecco for this great article:
Thank you Ron Johnson, Post City Magazine for interviewing our team member, Paul Scrivener, and writing this awesome article on the health decline of the ravines:
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Our final report is available electronically:
Toronto Ravines Study 1977 to 2017 short (40 pages, without component studies)
Toronto Ravines Study 1977 to 2017 with component studies (220 pages, with component studies)
Initiated in the 1970’s and revisited from 2015 to 2017, our studies quantitatively recorded the health status of four ravines along the Don Valley using the conventional scientific framework of ‘Ecological Integrity’. The Toronto Ravine Revitalization Study Team would like to thank everyone who has been supporting and being interested in our project.
Ravine team member, Eric Davies, was talking about conservation of old trees on today’s CBC Metro Morning:
We are doing this again!
Join us for a ravine walk in the Park Drive Ravine and learn about trees and seeds!
When: Saturday October 21 @12 pm
Where: Evergreen Brick Works, parking lot
Shuttle bus to and from Broadview Station: schedule
The walk will be led by Eric Davies, PhD candidate at University of Toronto Faculty of Forestry. See you on Saturday!
Ravine homeowners and ravine lovers:
Ready for this year’s Ravine Symposium hosted by Toronto Botanical Garden? It will take place on Friday, November 3, 2017, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Registration is open. Check out the speakers and agenda here.
Our team member, Eric Davies, will be speaking.
Join us with your suggestions and questions!