DRCC Events

Apply for a grant – Be a Great Lakes Guardian

August 31st, 2015

Ontario is calling on not-for-profit community groups, youth groups, schools, First Nations and Métis communities and other local groups to help protect and restore their part of the Great Lakes by applying for a Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund grant. The fund, now in its fourth year,supports community projects with a direct environmental benefit such as: […]

August 12, 2015: ERCA’s Outreach – Students to Seniors ~ Pollinators to Pied-billed Grebes

July 29th, 2015

August 12, 2015: 7:30pm – Ojibway Nature Centre, 5200 Matchette Road, Windsor Caroline Biribauer, ERCA’s Outreach Coordinator, will speak at the Essex County Field Naturalists’ meeting on the various programs geared to engage the public in our local flora and fauna. Schoolyard Naturalization, Citizen Science, Youth Engagement, and ERCA’s Native Gardens Network will be discussed. Caroline has […]

July 25 & 29, 2015: FREE Tours of Restoration Projects for Farmers & Landowners

July 14th, 2015

Farmers and landowners who are interested in learning about restoration projects such as tree planting, restoration, pollinator habitat and wetlands can join ERCA for these free tours: July 25 (10:30-11:30am) and July 29 (6-7pm).

You’re Invited to the 5th Annual Detroit River Evening!

June 1st, 2015

The Detroit River Canadian Cleanup will host its 5th Annual Detroit River Evening at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research (GLIER), on Tuesday, June 16 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The evening will begin with updates on the progress of the Remedial Action Plan and release of the annual report. Following this, guest speaker, Jon Bondy, will give […]

Water Reclamation Plant Open House

June 1st, 2015

Join the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup at the Lou Romano Water Reclamation Plant Open House (4155 Ojibway Parkway) on Saturday, June 20 from 10am-2pm. The event is free to the public and includes plant tours, exhibits and activities for the whole family. Come out and learn about “where it goes… when you go.”  

Get Involved!

From tree plantings and clean ups, to advocacy and education programs, CLICK HERE to find out how you can be involved with protecting and enhancing the Detroit River.