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15-16-18 Mile Creek - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

15-16-18 Mile Creek - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

Wetlands: Lands that are

Wetlands: Lands that are seasonally or permanently covered by shallow water, as well as lands where the water table is close to or at the surface. In either case the presence of abundant water has caused the formation of hydric soils and has favoured the dominance of either hydrophytic plants or water tolerant plants. The four major types of wetlands are swamps, marshes, bogs and fens (Provincial Policy Statement 2005). Wildlife Habitat: Areas where plants, animals and other organisms live, and find adequate amounts of food, water, shelter and space needed to sustain their populations. Specific wildlife habitats of concern may include areas where species concentrate at a vulnerable point in the annual or life cycle; and areas which are important to migratory or non-migratory species (Provincial Policy Statement 2005). Woodlands: Treed areas that provide environmental and economic benefits to both the private landowner and the general public, such as erosion prevention, hydrological and nutrient cycling, provision of clean air and the long-term storage of carbon, provision of wildlife habitat, outdoor recreational opportunities, and the sustainable harvest of a wide range of woodland products (Provincial Policy Statement 2005). Acknowledgements Steering Committee: Norm Johnson: Chair Craig Larmour: Director of Planning Services, Pelham Derek Witlib: Senior Planner, Town of Lincoln Don and Sue Minchin: Peninsula Field Naturalists Cory Burant: Niagara Restoration Council Don Campbell: Planning and Development Department; Regional Municipality of Niagara Brian Treble: Director of Planning, Township of West Lincoln Chris Vanrooy: Ontario Federation of Agriculture – South Suzanne McInnis: Watershed Planning Coordinator: Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority 72

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2006 AnnuAl REPORT - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Buffer Brochure - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Wetland Characteristics - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Naturalization Brochure - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
One Mile - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
8132 - NPCA SNF Watershed Report.indd - Niagara Peninsula ...
Title Page, Partners, Abstract - Niagara Peninsula Conservation ...
Water Quality Brochure - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Duffins Creek - Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
2011 ANNUAL REPORT - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Duffins Creek - Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
Best Management Practices Brochure - Niagara Peninsula ...
Duffins Creek - Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
Forests Forever Brochure - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Download the CA Booklet - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
2008 Annual Report - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
natural areas inventory - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Duffins Creek - Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
LAUREL CREEK - Grand River Conservation Authority
Warren Yerex - Grand River Conservation Authority
Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Fort Erie Creeks Watershed Plan - Niagara Peninsula Conservation ...
Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Agenda - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Minutes - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Minutes - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
Minutes - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority