Entries by Greg

2020 Annual Spring Clean-up Postponed

While the Escarpment Project is dedicated to improving the health of the environment, the health and safety of volunteers is also a priority. Keeping this in mind we have decided to postpone the 2020 annual spring clean up until further notice due to COVID-19. It is unsure how widespread the virus will be by the […]

Light at the End of the Tunnel for Albion

One of Hamilton’s most adored waterfalls, Albion Falls, has been closed to public access for several years now. Over the last year several Escarpment Project members along with other members of the public and city staff have been working toward a solution in providing safe access to Albion Falls. The solution is an incredible, world […]

One Month and Counting

It’s hard to believe that a year has gone by already and thank goodness the winter with it. The annual Escarpment Project clean up is just one month away (Good Friday, April 19th) and this year’s team leaders are excited to get out and do some good with you on the largest hiking day of […]

Good Friday just got Better

Firstly, A big CONGRATULATIONS to our Student Recruitment Coordinator, Jaslyn Ozomok, who became Miss Volunteer Canada in 2018. Jaslyn has been volunteering with us for several years and along with recruiting student volunteers from high schools, she has written and appeared in several Escarpment Project videos. She has been a team leader at Devils Punchbowl, […]

Another Great Annual Clean-up

One Exciting Month Away

It’s officially spring and the 2018 Escarpment Project is just a month away on Saturday, April 21st. Escarpment Project team-leaders are buzzing with excitement as the day draws nearer with all the things happening. We are pleased to announce that for a short time Albion Falls will be open to a limited number of Escarpment […]

60 Days and Counting

With 60 days until the annual Escarpment Project we thought we would let you know how preparations are going for this year’s annual spring clean up and BBQ. Great! We have been collaborating with several environmental groups and are expanding to include parts of Halton region this year; specifically the Sheldon Creek area. We will […]

Team Leaders Wanted

The Escarpment Project believes in a clean and healthy environment for humans, animals and nature. Removing the litter and debris that people dump along the escarpment will help the already endangered animals and wildlife that live there, survive and hopefully thrive. The Escarpment Project also believes that by taking massive action the word of creating a […]

Thank you

Thank you to all our volunteers, partners and sponsors who worked with The Escarpment Project in helping clean up  the escarpment in 2017! We’re happy that you joined us in 2017 and look forward to a successful year ahead. Join us at our annual clean up and BBQ on April 21st. All the best for […]

2018 Season is Approaching

  The Escarpment Project is starting to plan for our 2018 season and in doing so we are having our AGM this Sunday, Nov 19 at 11am at Williams Coffee by the bay.(47 Discovery Dr.) We are also recruiting team leaders. If you are interested in having some fun while helping keep our nature areas […]