Entries by Greg

Clean up at Glendale Falls

After taking a stroll through the Glendale Falls area recently and finding some interesting pieces of litter and the usual tires, furniture and other debris, we have decided to do a small clean up at Glendale Falls on Sunday Feb 26th starting at 1pm. Ten good people is likely the most it will take. Garbage […]

Help the Earth

If you are interested in doing what could be the most fulfilling and rewarding thing you do all year then perhaps you would like to be a team leader for the Escarpment Project. With less than 90 days until the annual Escarpment Project clean up, the Escarpment Project is looking for volunteers who are interested […]

Seasons Greetings from The Escarpment Project

As  2016 comes to an end and 2017 approaches we reflect on past accomplishments and set new goals to achieve. Thanks to your help and the help of hundreds of volunteers, The Escarpment Project saw a record breaking number of volunteers join forces in 2016 to help create a healthier, cleaner environment for people, animals and […]

Gearing Up for Another Season

While many people are beginning to hibernate with the onset of winter, the organizers at the Escarpment Project are starting to gear up for another season. Our annual clean up in 2016 was mammoth with over 800 volunteers taking part. We are already expecting another massive turnout of volunteers to support us with new escarpment locations to […]

Escarpment Safety

It seems that every few weeks we see or hear a story about how Hamilton EMS has had to rescue someone from the escarpment somewhere.  As of November 8, 2016 there have been no fewer than 24 incidents that emergency crews responded to in Hamilton for the 2016 year. The escarpment is a wondrous place for people to […]

Our First Student Board Member

The Escarpment Project is excited to welcome our very first student board member, Jaslyn Drage. After researching a multitude of organizations, Jaslyn approached the Escarpment Project  looking to volunteer for an organization with values similar to her own. While communicating with her for several weeks she has already proven to be highly motivated and organized with […]

Be a Part of the Escarpment Project Team

  The Escarpment Project is Southern Ontario’s largest volunteer environmental clean-up and is still only in it’s infancy. We are growing again and looking for more fantastic people to help us reach the next level of evolution in two areas. The Escarpment Project is looking for more dynamic team oriented volunteers to help with acquiring […]

2016 Escarpment Project Clean Up Huge Success

THANKS TO YOU! The 2016 Escarpment Project Clean-up was a huge success! It was the best year yet in terms of the number of people who showed up, the amount of area covered, the amount of garbage removed and even how mother nature cooperated with us. THANK YOU! to the hundreds of volunteers who took part! 823 […]

It’s Time Hamilton! Grimsby & Dundas!

It’s Time Hamilton! Grimsby! & Dundas! We have been working our butts off this year at The Escarpment Project to ensure another fun and successful clean up day this Sunday, April 24, 2016. It’s Time Hamilton to get out and  help with this year’s clean-up! It’s Time Hamilton! Grimsby! & Dundas! to join in on this years escarpment project in Hamilton, […]

Exciting Times

With less than a month away from the 5th annual Escarpment Project clean up the excitement is building. Most recently we were featured in Raise the Hammer and The Hamilton Spectator. Watch our latest video to see the condition of some portions of the escarpment and for information about this year’s clean-up. Time to Sign […]