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2022 Trail Tags!

Building and maintaining trails takes labour and materials. 100% of your Trail Tag payment goes to materials, tools, and paying trailbuilders or contractors for the projects volunteers alone can’t do. Every year there are 1000s of hours of volunteer labour, but funds are necessary too. 

Join us for the 2022 AGM on May 4

Join us for the 2022 AGM on May 4

The 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the McIntosh Run Watershed Association will be Wednesday May 4th at 8:00 pm on zoom. You may have seen a previous social media post that the AGM would be April 26th at the Captain Spry Centre. The date 

New trailhead map wins award, featured in calendar!

New trailhead map wins award, featured in calendar!

There’s good news about the new trail maps, which were announced and installed in Fall 2021… The new trailhead map won in a highly competitive map contest, and is featured in a calendar! This in from Darren Talbot, the volunteer who produced the maps: The 

2021 Hike Series for New Canadians

2021 Hike Series for New Canadians

“Thank you!!! The McIntosh Run was gorgeous, I have never loved a forest before. Each area was more beautiful than the other. You have an amazing job… it’s a beautiful forest and have done an awesome job with the trails for everyone to enjoy” (Jennifer, 

Water quality monitoring workshop, March 22

Water quality monitoring workshop, March 22

MRWA volunteers Rebecca Teddiman and Jenna Penney will be presenting a community water quality monitoring presentation which will explain why water quality monitoring of the McIntosh Run is important, how, when, and what parameters to test, as well as explain how to interpret the data