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  • Writer's pictureStephen Biss

Protecting and Expanding the Green Canopy

Updated: Oct 5, 2023

If there is to be re-development of any kind at 4099 Erin Mills Parkway, should the planners emphasize re-building the green canopy as part of that development?

How can we better protect the green spaces attached to Sawmill Creek?


Poll from 4099 Opposition Facebook:

If naturalized areas, forests, parks, and grassy areas are important features of Erin Mills South, should we talk about protecting them and improbving them? If they go dry during climate-change-induced drought, are they a hazard that should be eliminated?

If Sawmill Creek, Mullet Creek, and the Credit are important historical and environmental features of Erin Mills South, should we be paying more attention to improving them or are they a hazard?

See at this web site: Where is Sawmill Creek?

Should we pay close attention to restoring the green canopy where it used to exist (as of 1969) in the three green spaces (in 1969) along the eastern branch of Sawmill Creek? Note that one of the three green blobs in the image is near 4099 Erin Mills Parkway.

Green canopy as of 1969, from "Erin Mills New Town" link below

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