Long Point Basin Land Trust is continuing efforts to clean up the decades of trash
that has been dumped at the Delhi Wetland Nature Reserve, located next to the Delhi
Cemetery and adjacent to Big Creek. Two big truckloads of junk have already been
hauled out of the site, including a work day earlier this year with the Norfolk
Environmental Stewardship Team. But more work is needed to get this site cleaned
On November 19th from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., LPBLT is asking for help to clean up the
garbage that has been dumped down the ravine slope behind the cemetery.
Date: Saturday November 19, 2016
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Delhi Wetland Nature Reserve located at 205 Swimming Pool Rd, Delhi, Ontario.
The property is on the East side of Swimming Pool Rd. and is accessed through the
Parking is available towards the north end, by the large garbage dumpster.
Cost: Free, but we are asking participants to register as snacks and coffee will
be available, and a pizza lunch will be provided.
It is recommended that work boots or sturdy shoes with thick soles are worn, along
with old clothes that you do not mind getting dirty. Work gloves are a fantastic
idea, so if you have a pair please bring them.
About Long Point Basin Land Trust
Long Point Basin Land Trust (LPBLT) is a charitable non-government organization,
which protects and restores important natural habitats in the Carolinian Region.
LPBLT promotes conservation through outreach, research, habitat restoration, and
species at risk recovery. The Trust owns five nature reserves in Norfolk County
and works with landowners, volunteers, partners, and conservation groups to steward
these and other natural areas in the region. For more information visit www.longpointlandtrust.ca