November 12-18 is Geography Awareness Week and what better way to celebrate than by going geocaching in our conservation areas! If you’re unfamiliar with geocaching, it is basically a treasure hunt. Using various navigational techniques and equipment, including GPS and mobile devices, geocachers hide and seek containers called geocaches. Typically, a geocache is a small waterproof container with a log book, pencil/pen and
HCA ecology staff, along with Steve Robinson, Project Manager of the City of Hamilton forestry staff hosted a Gypsy Moth & Fall Cankerworm workshop Friday, November 3rd. Couldn’t make it to the workshop? Here are some helpful tips to put to use on your property! Fall Cankerworm It is best to band trees after the first or second hard frost fo the season.