Effective November 20/20, the BWT Committee has decided to fund year-round portajohns at 2 trail locations, Cathcart Park (adjacent to tennis courts) and at the entrance to the Suncor Nature Way on Modeland Road.
Click here for the interesting inside-story of how the trail came to be.
Sarnia Council, at it\’s sept. 9/19 meeting, approved a side-extension of the Howard Watson Trail that passes across Finch Drive and lead directly into the campus of Lambton College. The Committee is funding 20% of the $278,000 cost, with another $30,000 coming from Lambton College and a provincial grant covering the rest. Cope Construction did
The Howard Watson Nature Trail (HWNT) is a remnant prairie, a habitat-type that at one time covered much of southern Ontario. Temperate grasslands and savannahs are among the most endangered ecosystems worldwide. In Ontario, less than 0.5% of the historic prairie and savannah areas remain. Because these ecosystems are so rare, many of the species
Watch a 2-minute video showing the resurfacing in action! Click on link below: (above) The city, in concert with the Bluewater Trails Committee, is working to widen and smoothen portions of the Howard Watson trail. Here, just west of the Blackwell Road gateway, a work crew painstakingly applies fine screenings onto the trail. This