Dunnville Horticultural Society (DHS) would like to say Thank you.
First to the community for supporting DHS efforts with our vision for the Thompson Creek Project Reboot. Also for the understanding and patience leading up to the very successful prescribed burn held April 25th as part of the rehabilitation of the Thompson Creek Wetland and Tallgrass Prairie section of the project. The planning and coordinating of this took considerable time, effort, resources and manpower to pull off both safely at the optimal time and to provide the needed results to move this project forward. DHS vetted several prescribed burn specialists before contracting Lands & Forests Consulting. We couldn’t have been more pleased with Jason Sickle’s professionalism along with his skilled burn team for executing a well planned and flawless burn. Thank you to Haldimand County for your continued confidence in DHS by providing a 35% CPP grant towards our total project budget and for coordinating assistance from Haldimand County staff and employees.Thank you to both Dunnville and Hagersville Fire Depts for providing on site standby with both equipment and manpower. Thank you to EMS for being at the ready. Thank you to Haldimand employees for setting up the road/trail closures and staying on site. A Very Big Thank you to all DHS members for believing in and providing support .
DHS Thompson Creek Reboot
Co-chairs Dan McKay and Debbie Thomas