Our walks are on rain or shine and free.
Sunday, March 17, 2019, 2 pm - Seedy Storytelling Walk with the Rivers Rising Ambassadors
Come early to meet the Rivers Rising Ambassadors at Seedy Saturday at Evergreen Brickworks then join us for a walk exploring nature in early spring. There will be interesting connections and stories about the history of food, seeds, gardens and water at the mouth of Mud Creek.
Walk Leaders: Helen Mills and Reno King
Meet at the Watershed Consciousness Wall, Evergreen Brickworks.
Sunday, April 21, 2019, 2 pm – Urban Forest on the Lake Iroquois Shore Cliff.
Identify and explore the budding street trees in the Summerhill area for Easter. This linear walk starts at the Summerhill subway entrance, Shaftesbury and Yonge St., and travels city streets with some steep sections to Davenport and Dupont. The route traces part of the escarpment of prehistoric Lake Iroquois along the Core Circle, the natural boundary of central Toronto. Comfort facilities at the start.
John Wilson leads with urban forester, Steve Smith.
Meet at the Summerhill subway entrance
Plans for walks are constantly being developed
We welcome your suggestions for interesting walks. Maybe you might like to lead a walk. Send your suggestion to: The Streamwalker.
NOTE to leaders of walks who plan to bring their groups to join one of our walks. While we always welcome more people to our walks, it would be appreciated if you would make arrangements with the walk leader well before hand. Adding a significant number of people (eight or more) at the last minute can make it difficult to see that all get the benefit of the walk You can e-mail The Streamwalker and he will attempt to get you in touch with the walk leader so you can make special arrangements.
No charge is made for Lost River Walks. Toronto Green Community and Toronto Field Naturalists provide these and other walks and events as a public service. If you would like to support the work of these organizations, you may join TFN or TGC. Information on joining is provided by walk leaders or you may check their websites: Toronto Field Naturalists or Toronto Green Community.
For further information
The Toronto Field Naturalists, 2-2449 Yonge St Toronto ON M4P 2E7 Phone: (416) 593-2656 Web Site: http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org
Friends of the Don East (FODE), Calendar on Web Site: Calendar
Taylor Massey Project. http://www.thetmp.org/
Toronto Bay Initiative call 416-598-2277 or check the Toronto Bay Initiative web site.