The Rotary Club of Mississauga-Meadowvale initiative to beautify the Osprey Marsh.

View a 360 degree panoramic view of the tree planting (May 29, 2004)

In conjunction with the Lisgar Resident's Association and the City of Mississauga, our Club is helping to make the Osprey Marsh area (9th Line and Brittania) more accessible and more user-friendly to the community. 

In addition to our own funds, we have secured a two-year Trillium Fund grant to help make this dream a reality.

Each year, on the Saturday following the Victoria Day long weekend, our Club members and their families are joined by City staff, Mississauga residents, and other volunteers for a day of tree-planting, fun and cameraderie.

This year, with the help of our local politicians, MPP Bob Delaney and Councillor Pat Saito, work has begun on a walking path around the marsh, allowing the residents to further enjoy the natural beauty of this area.

A big THANK YOU must go out to our President-Elect, Alan Munro, for his tireless efforts in making this idea a reality.