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Ice Storm Clean Up – Part 2

January 16th, 2014

Photos of the ongoing Ice Storm clean up:

Many thanks to the all the volunteers for their work in clearing the trail damage from the Ice Storm, including: Colin Arnott (and the Mud Puppies), Stephen Kamnitzer, Fred


 

Ice Storm Clean Up

January 8th, 2014

The recent ice storm has done some damage to some trees along the Seaton Trail.

Thanks to all the volunteers who have pledged thus far to help clear the trail of small to medium size trees

If anyone


 

Staircase Construction at Forestream – Complete

November 5th, 2012

The construction of the new steel staircase at Forestream is complete.


 

*Update* Cedar trees removed from Whitevale area

August 20th, 2012

On August 14th, a green pickup truck was seen driving out of the old quarry just north of Whitevale with a bed loaded with cedars. An estimated 50-100 cedars have been removed. The truck has been driving around the 4


 

Caution: beavers and dogs

August 20th, 2012

On Saturday July 28, on the trail between Forestream and Concession 3 near marker 1N056 , some dogs were approached by a beaver. As this is a popular area spot for dogs to swim, owners should use caution as the


 

Forestream Stairs Construction Status

June 21st, 2012

The Forestream Stairs Construction Activity Status:

  • Helical piles have been completed and fully installed.
  • Due to multiple delays during the shop drawing review stage, metal fabrication was delayed.
  • As of now, we are targeting to have the


 

Staircase Construction at Forestream

March 12th, 2012

The TRCA has awarded the contract for the supply and construction of a galvanized steel staircase at the Forestream stairs location. Removal of the existing stairs are tentatively scheduled to begin on March 26, 2012, and foundations (helical piles) are


 

July 16, 2011 Work Party Photos

July 16th, 2011

 

“No Motorized Vehicles” Signs and Fence Installed Along Trail

November 23rd, 2010

The Seaton Trail is being damaged by motorcycles and ATV’s. This issue is most prominent along Section 1 (Concession # 3 to Clarke’s Hollow) and Section 3 near the 407 bridge and gravel pit. The Friends of Seaton Trail volunteered


 

Interpretive Signs

September 24th, 2010

The Toronto and Regional Conservation Authority (TRCA) has asked for ideas on potential locations along the Seaton Trail where interpretive signage could serve to educate trail users. These signs could include information on natural processes (floral and/or fauna), cultural points


 

Latest News

Ice Storm Clean Up – Part 2
January 16, 2014
Photos of the ongoing Ice Storm clean up: Many thanks to the all the volunteers for their work in clearing the trail damage from the Ice Storm, including: Colin Arnott (and the Mud…
Ice Storm Clean Up
January 8, 2014
The recent ice storm has done some damage to some trees along the Seaton Trail. Thanks to all the volunteers who have pledged thus far to help clear the trail of small to medium size…
Staircase Construction at Forestream – Complete
November 5, 2012
The construction of the new steel staircase at Forestream is complete.
*Update* Cedar trees removed from Whitevale area
August 20, 2012
On August 14th, a green pickup truck was seen driving out of the old quarry just north of Whitevale with a bed loaded with cedars. An estimated 50-100 cedars have been removed. The…

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