Brought to you by the Simcoe County Nutrition Network and the former Food Partners Alliance of Simcoe County in partnership with Community Connection

South Simcoe Streams Network

Description
Description (Service) Works with the community to improve water quality and stream habitat along local waterways * volunteers of all ages and sectors of the community are engaged to protect and promote a healthy natural environment * projects include planting native trees and shrubs, mulching and monitoring to stabilizing eroding banks * donations of time, labour, materials, sponsorship, currency or simply providing refreshments to volunteers are welcome  
 
Location and project determined by committee made of representatives from municipal councils, conservation authorities, government ministries, industry, schools, clubs and local residents * work party days are held throughout the year
Service Details
Hours Vary, call for details * meetings and work party days are generally three hours in length
Areas Served Adjala-Tosorontio ; Bradford West Gwillimbury ; Essa ; Innisfil ; New Tecumseth
Boundaries South Simcoe
Eligibility Some restrictions apply call for details
Application Call for current volunteer opportunities
Languages English
Fees None
Addresses and Location
Located In Community Alliston
Address 39 Victoria St E, 2nd Flr
Alliston, ON L9R 1T3
 
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Intersection Victoria St E and King St S
Mailing Address c/o Nottawasaga Futures re South Simcoe Streams Network 
Box 184 
39 Victoria . St E 
Alliston, ON L9R 1V5
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-435-1540
Toll Free Phone 1-800-509-7554
Fax 705-435-6907
E-Mail silvia@nottawasaga.com
Website www.nottawasaga.com
Primary Contact Silvia Pedrazzi, Community Liaison Officer for the South Simcoe Streams Network, Nottawasaga Futures; Phone: ext 107; Email: silvia@nottawasaga.com
Alternate Contact Martin Kuzma, CEO, Community Futures

Partnership of Simcoe County Nutrition Network, Food Partners Alliance of Simcoe County and Community Connection. The support of the Government of Ontario is acknowledged