Ontario is helping the Niagara Chapter of Trout Unlimited Canada protect Twelve Mile Creek with a $22,850 grant from the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund.
The Niagara Chapter of Trout Unlimited Canada will use the funds to plant native species along the banks of Twelve Mile Creek in Pelham to help lower water temperatures. This will protect native species and raise the overall water quality in this waterway that flows into Lake Ontario.
Protecting and restoring the Great Lakes is part of the Ontario government’s plan to enhance quality of life for Ontario families and ensure a strong, green economy for future generations.
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