More than five million bats have been killed in Eastern Canada and the United States in recent years due to a disease called white-nose syndrome. The culprit: a European fungus that more than likely arrived in North America on the boots of an unsuspecting traveller.
Rouge Valley Conservation Centre
Millions of bats have been killed in Eastern Canada and the U.S. due to a disease called white-nose syndrome. The culprit: a European fungus that likely arrived on the booths of an unsuspecting traveler. David Lawrie, Program Director at the Rouge Valley Foundation discusses his concern for the bats residing in the Rouge Valley.
There is a plant thief on the loose in Rouge Hill. Or, perhaps more accurately, plant thieves.
After having a low-sitting solar panel stolen off the grounds in 2007, the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre has really stepped it up this year.
On Oct. 9th at this year’s Fall for the Rouge Affair the brand new ePole, a hybrid solar and wind powered turbine, was centre stage and had residents wondering why the government wasn’t looking into building more of these revolutionary turbines.
What: Fall for the Rouge Affair. Experience Rouge Valley’s beautiful fall colours with a nature hike and photography lesson sponsored by Henry’s Photography. Barbecue lunch from noon to 2 p.m. Henry’s Photo Contest will also…
The Rouge Valley Foundation hosted a hike and bike ride Saturday for victims of the Pakistan flooding. The floods began in July and have affected over 20 million people, according to the Canadian Red Cross.