DRCC Events

Calling all Green Teams for Earth Day Tree Planting

April 3rd, 2017

April 3rd 2017 Media Release For Immediate Release           Calling all Green Teams for Earth Day Tree Planting Join Essex Region Conservation, the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup, and hundreds of individuals from across the region for the annual Earth Day Tree Planting Celebration, happening from 10am to Noon on April 23 […]

MEDIA RELEASE: FREE Film Screening of What Lies Below

March 15th, 2017

March 15, 2017 Media Advisory For Immediate Release   FREE Film Screening of What Lies Below Including a meet and greet with the film writer! Tecumseh, ON – The Detroit River Canadian Cleanup is pleased to bring What Lies Below to Lakeshore Cinemas in celebration of World Water Day.  This documentary examines the future of […]

The DRCC Presents: What Lies Below

March 7th, 2017

Join the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup for a free screening of WHAT LIES BELOW! What Lies Below is a Canadian documentary featuring Lawrence Gunther, a blind graduate from York University’s master’s program in environmental studies and a highly regarded speaker, writer and radio host on the subject of fishing and Canada’s aquatic ecosystems. He is […]

You’re Invited to Shiver on the River!

January 12th, 2017

Shiver on the River The Shiver is a family oriented event designed to bring people down to the Detroit River and learn from organizations that focus on protecting it and provide opportunities to learn about it. It’s a great time to get outside in the winter and discover the many wonderful attractions at Belle Isle […]

Green Speaker Series: Invasive Phragmites: Expert Panel

December 6th, 2016

The Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) and the Windsor Essex County Environment Committee (WECEC) is hosting a Green Speaker Series event on Wednesday December 14th 2016 at 7:00pm at the Essex County Civic Centre (360 Fairview Ave West, Essex, ON). Join the discussion and hear from an expert panel who will discuss invasive phragmites. For […]

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