Greenvisions, Citizens For Brampton Conservation, formed in 2007, is a non-profit citizen group. Our goal is to promote improvements and inclusion of such lands to the full potential as greenspace for public enjoyment, preserving historic, natural, and aesthetic characters of our environment. Greenvisions supports development but we believe that growth should come with a balance in order for us to accomplish the goal of being a truly sustainable City. www.greenvisions.ca
Brampton - Brampton City Council abandons the fight to protect natural areas - on Earth Day 2009! 25+ flora species - 20+ fauna species - 6 wetlands/marshes - 8 ponds - 2 tributaries. Where will your Council be when YOU need them?
Brampton - After years of hard work fighting against the residential development of the Castlemore Golf Lands, the City of Brampton Planning Department will be presenting their recommendations to City Council in regard to an application to build 200 homes on the golf course lands. All are welcomed to attend this meeting on Monday, December 1st, 2008 at Brampton City Hall at 7 PM.
Peel - The Sierra Club of Canada Peel Region Group AGM will be held at Unitarian Congregation of South Peel Hall in Mississauga on Tuesday, January 22, 2008 at 7:00pm. Special guest speakerThe Honourable John Gerretsen, MPPMinister of the Environment, Ontario.
Brampton - On Friday, June 15th, Greenvisions successfully launched their 2007 fundraising campaign with a Dinner/Dance/Silent Auction. The organization will lobby for improvements in Brampton City Planning, with the goal of preserving environmentally and culturally sensitive lands for future generations.
Brampton - Greenvisions, Citizens for Brampton Conservation, a non-profit citizens group will be hosting a Dinner, Dance & Silent Auction for Save Castlemore Project on Friday, June 15, 2007 at Speranza Banquet Hall, Brampton at 7:00 pm. All are welcomed to attend.
Brampton - Men and machine have moved in quietly into a precious eco-system in the West Humber Valley region (east Brampton) and have begun to clear cut a swath of forest that eventually will be a path a couple of thousand feet long and at least one hundred feet wide.
Brampton - Concerned residents of Brampton gather this evening, May 7, 2007, at Brampton City Hall to raise awareness about a noticeable lack of vision in city planning and the inadequate effort to preserve green space in our City.