Sunday, January 20, 2 pm Lambton Mills Meet at Lambton House on Old Dundas Leader Madeleine McDowell. Visualize the land here in the late 1800s when a stream arising from a spring fed the Humber.
Saturday January 26 1 p.m. 2002, Chaplin Oriole Estates. Old Estates and Gardens in Yellow Creek and Mud Creek Watersheds. Meet at the corner of Eglinton Avenue West and Oriole Parkway Walk Leader: lan Wheal.
Sunday, February 17, 2 pm 2002, York University and the Don 1 Humber Watersheds Divide. Exploring the highlands of York University between Black Creek & Dufferin Creek and links to Parc Downsview Park. Start on Keele St. (west side) at Murray Ross Pkwy.
Saturday March 9 1:45 p.m. 2002, Landscape development and local history Start Eglinton & Bathurst end Davenport near Bathurst leader Ed Freeman.
Sunday, March 17, 2 pm. 2002, The mid Reaches of Yellow Creek, the second of three walks to trace Yellow Creek from its source at Downsview to where it enters the Don River at Bloor Street. We will be looking at trees in winter and how this stream became established after the glaciers melted. Meet at Bathurst St. and Glengrove Ave. End at Davisville Subway Station. Walk Leader Peter Hare.
Sunday, March 24 1 p.m. 2002, Explore Taddle Creek in the Spring! An interpretive walk along the course of the stream, highlighting points of interest, past regeneration activities, and opportunities for “Daylighting” Taddle Creek. A joint walk with the Taddle Creek Watershed Initiative, Toronto Bay Initiative, Evergreen and Toronto Field Naturalists. Meet at SE corner of Wychwood and St. Clair Ave. West. Leader Eduard Sousa. Please register at 416.599.4171. 2002/03/09
Sunday, April 14th, 1:00 p.m. 2002, Lower Taddle Creek Meet in front of Hart House, University of Toronto. Please register at 416.599.4171
Sunday, April 21, 2 p.m. Grand Trunk Springs, and a hidden portion of a creek still above ground in the Ashbridges Bay Watershed. Walk Leaders, Helen Mills and lan Wheal. Meet at Coxwell and Danforth.
Thursday, April 25, 2 p.m. The mid Reaches of Yellow Creek, A reprise of the March 17 walk, Meet at Bathurst St and Glengrove Ave. End at Davisville Subway Station. Walk Leader Peter Hare.
Saturday, April 27, 10;30 a.m. 2002, Downsview Heritage Meet at Downsview United Church on Keele St., north of Victory Dr. (north of Wilson). Bring a lunch. Leaders Phoebe Cleverley and Madeleine McDowell.
Sunday, April 28, 1:30 p.m. 2002, Where Three Watersheds Meet Drumlin hopping and urban ecology at the edge of the Don Watershed. Explore the drumlins, highlands and valleys of Castle Frank Brook, Rowntree/ Lavender Creek & Garrison Creek. Come and hear the fascinating story of the natural and human forces that shaped this landscape from glacial times to the present. Meet at the corner of Vaughan Rd. & Arlington Ave. end at Hurnewood Park. Walk Leaders, Terry MacAuliffe, Dick Watts and others.
Saturday May 4, 1:30 pm Heritage Toronto Walk of Union Station and Environs. Start Yonge & Wellington, end Union Station. Leader Ed Freeman.
Saturday May 11, 12 noon to 2 p.m. 17, Annual Don River Walk. Meet at Irish Rovers Pub, Villiers and Cherry Streets. How Rivers behave in their lower reaches an Ecosystem Performance approach. Leader Dalton Shipway.
Sunday, May 19, 2 pm. 2002, Lower Yellow Creek, the third of three walks to trace Yellow Creek from its source at Downsview to where it enters the Don River at Bloor Street. Trace Yellow Creek though Mount Pleasant Cemetery, the Vale of Avoca and Rosedale. Meet at Davisville Subway Station; end at Castle Frank Subway Station. Walk Leader Peter Hare.
Sunday, June 16 2 p.m. Small’s Pond and the history of the south east of Old Toronto. Start Coxwell & Queen end Glen Manor & Queen Leaders lan Wheal and Ed Freeman.
Sunday, June 23. 10:00 am. Water in the City. A RiverSides Stewardship Alliance walk. Learn about the water flowing through the city’s underground sewer system, the effects of stormwater on our lake and rivers, and what you can do to be part of the solution. Meet outside the Chester Subway station. Please call (416) 3921983 to register, or email email@example.com.
Sunday, July 21 2 p.m. North Toronto Natural Garden Tour Start and end NTGC Community Garden (behind Community Centre) The walk partners will be “The Green Garden Visit” and FODE “Another Yard for the Don.” Leaders Helen Mills and friends.
Sunday, July 28 2 p.m. A Leasidel Cudmore Creek /lroquois Shoreline walk where most of FODE award winning gardens are concentrated “C confirmed,,uStarting at Millwood and Bay’view The walk partners will be “The Green Garden Visit” and FODE “Another Yard for the Don.”
Tuesday July 30 2 p.m. Lost Tributaries of Burke Brook Start SW corner of Lawrence and Yonge Leader Peter Hare.
Sunday, August 18 2 p.m. 2002, . “Cities of the World” Links natural, social and fantastic between mid Toronto and other Canadian and world cities Start St. Clair Subway Station end Poplar Plains and Davenport Leader Peter Hare
Saturday, September 14, 1 pm. Rowntree/ Lavender Creek, glacial history, Lake Iroquois shore bluff, clay and gravel deposits, early settlement, brick works, Hurricane Hazel, Belt Line Railway and more. Meet at Bert Robinson Park (Caledonia Rd. north of Rogers Rd.). Leaders: Dick Watts, lan Wheal, Madeleine McDowell and others.
Sunday, September 15 2 p.m. Taylor/ Massey Creek Development & Nature Start SE corner of Lawrence Ave. E. and Crockford Blvd. end TerraviewWillowfield Park. Leader Richard Anderson.
Saturday September 15, 1:30 2002, Heritage Toronto Walk through Mount Pleasant Cemetery Moore Park and North Rosedale, human and natural history architecture etc. Start Davisville Subway Sation at Yonge and end at Chorley Park Walk leader Ed Freeman.
Sunday, September 22. 11:00 am. 2002, Fall Equinox Walk of Taddle Creek, All day, top to bottom walk. Please phone Eduard Sousa to register and for further details limited to 25. Joint walk with the Taddle Creek Watershed Initiative.
Sunday, September 29. 10:00 am. Water in the City. A RiverSides Stewardship Alliance walk. Learn about the water flowing through the city’s underground sewer system, the effects of stormwater on our lake and rivers, and what you can do to be part of the solution. Meet outside the Chester Subway station. Please call (416) 3921983 to register, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, October 20 1:30 p.m. 2002, Garrison Creek Headwaters Valleys, drumlins, Lake Iroquois Shore Bluff, and history. Start Humewood Park end St. Clair Ave. West at Lauder Leaders Dick Watts, Terry McAuliffe and friends.
Sunday October 27, 2 pm Burns Creek Start at Steeles W. At Fenmar Dr. Walk Leaders lan Wheal and Richard Anderson.
Sunday Oct. 20, 11 am 2002, Upper Taddle Creek, and
Sunday Nov. 10, 11 am 2002, Lower Taddle Creek,
Please phone Eduard Sousa 416.599.4171 to register and for further details.
These are joint walks with the Taddle Creek Watershed Initiative.
Sunday, November 17 2 p.m. 2002, The Market Streams Start Richmond & Yonge. Leader lan Wheal.
Sunday, December 15, 2002, 2 p.m. 2002, Three Creeks for The Magi. Nature and three lost creeks with a Christmas theme. Start Lawrence & Yonge end North Toronto Memorial Community Centre, 200 Eglinton Ave. W. Leaders Helen Mills and Peter Hare.