Earth Day Celebration Along Little River

April 26th, 2017

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago and the next best time is today.” ~Chinese Proverb~ On Sunday, 23 April, the Windsor-Essex community celebrated Earth Day 2017 by planting 2205 trees and shrubs. We moved to a new location this year in the Little River Corridor Park. Planting took place on […]

Volunteers clear litter along the Little River corridor

April 12th, 2017

The CodeGreen group from Caesars Windsor chose to clean up the Twin Oaks Parkland site again. The Little River flows north through this site in East Windsor. This location is immediately south of E. C. Row Expressway, east of Lauzon Parkway and north of the Canadian Pacific Railroad tracks. Plans were made to cleanup on […]

Caesars Windsor’s CodeGreen to Clean Little River Watershed

April 3rd, 2017

April 3, 2017    Media Advisory   Caesars Windsor’s CodeGreen to Clean Little River Watershed Windsor – Caesars Windsor’s CodeGreen team of employees will partner with the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup, the City of Windsor and the Little River Enhancement Group to remove litter along a portion of the Little River watershed near the Twin Oaks […]

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 […]

What Lies Below Film Screening a Huge Success

March 23rd, 2017

The Detroit River Canadian Cleanup hosted two free screenings of WHAT LIES BELOW at Lakeshore Cinemas on World Water Day, March 22 2017. In the morning students from St. Anne Catholic High School and the Essex District High School viewed the film, and the evening screening was open to the public. This documentary examines the future […]

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