Who we are
The Junction Creek Stewardship Committee is a not-for-profit organization aimed at restoring life and health to the Junction Creek ecosystem.
What we do
Learn more about our free, bilingual, hands-on learning opportunities that engage community members of all ages, including school groups. Programs focus on the history of Greater Sudbury and Junction Creek, the flora and fauna of the watershed, and monitoring and rehabilitation techniques used by biologists worldwide.
Learn more about restoration activities lead by the JCSC. Programs and opportunities include creek clean-ups, tree planting, stream bank stabilization, invasive species removals, and our Adopt-a-Creek Program.
Learn more about ongoing and past research projects that help us to better understand the creek system and focus our restoration efforts.
A trail system that provides an active transportation network to two corners of the City of Greater Sudbury through the downtown core. The trail provides a unique opportunity to explore the creek and many parts of the city.
Are you interested in getting involved with Junction Creek events? As a not-for profit organization, the JCSC is always looking for help from the community.