Links to other community groups expressing concerns regarding gravel operations. These links will take you to external sites and will open in a new window.
Gravel Watch – Gravel Watch Ontario acts in the interests of residents and communities to protect the health, safety, quality of life of Ontarians and the natural environment in matters that relate to aggregate resources.
Force – Friends of Rural Communities and the Environment, FORCE, is a federally registered not for profit corporation. It is a citizen-based advocacy group with hundreds of supporters in Campbellville, Kilbride, rural Milton, Mountsberg, Freelton, and Carlisle.
Pit Sense – PitSense is a community of people organized to respond to proposals for further increases in the number of aggregate operations in Caledon.
Ontario Greenbelt Alliance – We are the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance, the leading proponent of this world-renowned Greenbelt, and it is our vision is to grow and strengthen the Greenbelt landscape so that Southern Ontario’s communities are planned in the smartest and most sustainable way possible.
The Coalition Of Concerned Citizens – The CCC was formed in 1997 in response to the provincial land designations in the Town of Caledon and Peel Region, regarding ‘high potential mineral aggregate areas.”
PERL – To protect and enhance Burlington’s Niagara Escarpment and rural land in the Region of Halton.
Bridge Keepers – A group in West Montrose fighting to save “Kissing Bridge”.
Citizen Action Monitor – Citizen Action Monitor will be of primary interest to citizen activists whose actions — whether individually or as members of groups, whether a Jane Doe or celebrated activist, whether on the front lines or reporting from behind the scenes — are making significant, positive contributions on an ongoing basis in their own neighbourhoods and beyond.