Preserving South March Highlands

City of Ottawa Official Plan Review 2013

As you may already be aware, the City of Ottawa is currently undertaking an Official Plan Review. We are asking that you write to the members of Council any time but preferably before November 8. The final Official Plan Amendment will be tabled about six days before a special Planning Committee meeting which will be held on Friday, November 8, … [Read More...]

2014 Calendars are here!!

Buy 2014 Calendars Our popular calendar is back!! This calendar is a beautiful addition to any home and makes a great present! … [Read More...]

News

Sacred Ceremony in the Beaver Pond Forest

On Saturday, October 19, 2013, at 5:00 PM, you’re invited to join the circle at the Kanata Beaver Pond to celebrate the life, the beauty, the magic, and the mystery of our unique South March Highlands as well as our interconnectedness with it and with each other. This sacred circle is led by Ron GrandeOurs […]

Panel Discussion on Natural Corridors – June 8th

On June 8, 2013, representatives from the National Capital Commission, Nature Conservancy, and City of Ottawa staff will be holding a public consultation and panel discussion at Hintonburg Community Centre, 1064 Wellington Street, at 10:00 a.m. to discuss the role of natural linkages as a critical component of Ottawa’s natural spaces. The panel discussion will […]

Ottawa-wide groups confirm their on-going support for saving the South March Highlands.

In a clear sign of the growing momentum and community determination to save the South March Highlands, following the ward meeting on March 26th, the SMH-CRC Inc. organized a strategic planning meeting. The meeting was held on April 3rd 2012 and in addition to SMH-CRC members, several representatives from Ottawa-level environmental groups were in attendance […]

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Ongoing Campaigns

St Gabriels School

School Outreach Campaign

Since the summer of 2011, members of SMH-CRC Inc. have taken more than 200 elementary aged school children from Kanata North and Pinecrest area schools into the Beaver Pond Forest and areas near the Kizell Pond.  These field trips allow school children to see the beauty and power of mother nature first hand.  As children living in […]

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