Creemore Nature Preserve opens
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is writing to share some good news – we are welcoming visitors back to the Creemore Nature Preserve. The Nature Preserve is a treasured 83 hectare (204 acre) property that was donated to NCC in 1996 by the Mingay family.
Visitors are welcome to enjoy the natural beauty of the lands in a respectful manner. In light of the current situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak all visitors to the property must practice physical distancing. We ask that visitors please do not gather in groups larger than 5 people, keep two meters (6 feet) away from other individuals and keep dogs on a leash. The Nature Preserve operates on a carry-in / carry out basis, so all pet waste should be bagged, brought home, and disposed of in the garbage.
NCC is a registered charity that works to create a legacy for future generations by conserving important natural areas and biological diversity across all regions of Canada. Your readers can learn more about us by visiting www.natureconservancy.ca. Thank you to our supporters and visitors for helping NCC care for the Creemore Nature Preserve.
Rob McRae, Program Director
Nature Conservancy of Canada