Avon Trail Tales News Briefs Spring 2019

Avon Trail Tales News Briefs Spring 2019 THIS ISSUE: End to End during March Break. Enjoying the outdoors. Pathways to learning including the environment END TO END OVER MARCH BREAK     Hiking the entire length of the Avon Trail over a 5-day period is not for the faint of heart. Doing so in early (more…)

Landowner Along the Trail

Alex McKay is a landowner whose farm property is crossed by the Avon Trail as one moves from Embro Road (aka Perth 113) northeast in a meandering direction that follows Trout Creek. The trail leads to a stile that leads to one of the farm’s pastures. Continue east, cross a farm steel slab bridge, and (more…)

Cade Track Ready To Be Explored

Thanks to the generosity of landowner Barnby Cade, a 78- acre parcel of land west of St.Marys is now an open place to explore nature. The 90-year old conservationist wanted the land preserved for the extensive wildlife he’s spotted over the years. It was a job the Upper Thames Conservation Authority was happy to do, (more…)

President’s Message

< Back to  November 2018 Newsletter Cindy Kimber has created and distributed posters promoting Family Hikes with great effect.  Most recently, Susan Young has enhanced our Facebook presence. Carol Miller, Vice-President, has created new marketing instruments:  vertical and horizontal banners, flyer, and tear-off map of the Stratford Side Trail.  Using professional graphics design services, she (more…)