F.W.R. Dickson Wilderness Area: Brant-Waterloo Road, west of Spragues Road (Waterloo Region Road 75) . Background. The Bannister and Wrigley Lake area consists of two small lakes (50 hectares) with well-developed aquatic, marsh, willow-dogwood thickets and nearby deciduous forest communities.
Park will be Opening Sunday June 24th. Our soft opening date has been bumped to June 24th with All Access attractions running only. We appreciate your patience during our delayed Zip Line opening as we are working hard with improvements to serve you better.
There are three conservation areas within the city of Cambridge that are open to the public. The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) owns and manages these areas. Chilligo Conservation Area. The Chilligo Conservation Area is next to the Speed River in Cambridge. The area includes forest, meadows and marshlands.
Watercourse: Devil's Creek Latitude, Longitude: 43.3751, -80.3336 (What do these stats mean?) This small, yet visitable waterfall occurs where Devil's Creek cuts through a narrow notch in the high bedrock cliff bordering the south side of the Grand River.
DoLime Quarry For several years now, we have been keeping a close eye on the ongoing quarrying at the Dolime site owned by River Valley Development. Due to the quarry’s blasting into the aquitard material (the protective layer covering our aquifer) a fissure was discovered in 2006 posing a potential threat of contamination to our ground water source.
The FWR Dickson Wilderness Area is a large natural area that includes two small lakes, wetlands, tall-grass prairie, forests and willow-dogwood thickets. It provides habitat for a variety of birds. It is on Brant-Waterloo Road, west of Spragues Road (Waterloo Regional Road 75).
This hidden treasure will excite the fire buff and enthusiast in all of us. The museum features over 12,000 square feet of historic items from Minnesota Fire Departments dating back to the 1860’s. There are fire trucks, fire equipment, historic photos, and interactive displays for children.
Although the bridge tender house is not original (estimated date ca. 1997), the remainder of the bridge appears to be largely unaltered and thus the bridge's historic integrity is good. Charles W. Deterding was the county engineer when this bridge was built.
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Many Cambridge residents are looking forward to exploring the Grand River from a vantage point we haven’t been able to before. We look forward to taking our first steps out over the water, looking south to the Cedar Street bridge and north to Main Street and beyond.
www.puslinch.ca Puslinch is a township in south-central Ontario, Canada, in Wellington County, surrounding the south end of Guelph. The main source of production is agricultural, spring water bottling and mining. Aggregate mining has been dominant throughout the county.
Puslinch Tract or Twin Ponds, as it is often referred to, has an incredible trail offering and is one of the best kept secrets in the area. Located just outside of Cambridge, Ontario, Puslinch has a wide variety of trail types and something to offer of all abilities.
What is Research and Why is it Important? Research is any investigative activity that is carried out by a person or a group, with the goal of discovering something new, at least to them. Research can be conducted on existing published information, or can be conducted by making new observations.
Shade's Mills is a day-use park offering a great place to enjoy nature just a few minutes away from the city. Favourite activities include swimming, sport fishing and canoeing. Hikers and cyclists can enjoy 12 kilometres of trails through a mature hardwood forest along Mill Creek.