To date we have walked:
Confederation Park highlighting the 1812 Naval Memorial, it’s recreational opportunities, the environmental impact of climate change on the shoreline, and the health of Hamilton’s eastern watersheds.
Hamilton’s first designated Heritage Community of St. Clair Avenue, pointing out the local manufacturing buildings of the 20th century (now trendy office spaces), and visiting Gage Park and it’s new greenhouse.
A mid century Ancaster subdivision to study urban forests, types of trees planted and the style of houses over the decades with staff from Hamilton City Hall’s Urban Forest Department
Town of Dundas focusing on its history and architecture, starting with a tour of the museum followed by a guided walking tour of the town core by museum staff.
Hamilton’s Harbour Front Park to look at the environmental concerns with a guest leader from The Bay Area Restoration Council.