Make a Community Connection.
Connect with the Township of Woolwich and become an engaged citizen. Find resources and connections while working and living here.
Woolwich Township is a lower-tier government within the Region of Waterloo. We connect with Regional officials and Public Health Services regularly.
The Grand River Conservation Authority manages vital land and water resources along the Grand River Watershed. Camping, parks, events, & river data.
The Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition supports Healthy Communities all over Ontario through key initiatives at the local, regional and provincial level.
The Waterloo Region Food Systems Roundtable is your source for information about food systems in Waterloo Region. Connect, support, access, promote and influence our local food system.
Foodlink Waterloo connects people in Waterloo Region to local food. This go-to resource will help you connect directly with local food sources. Buy direct from the farm.
The Residential Energy Efficiency Project (REEP) promotes energy efficiency in homes. Get an energy audit and find out about incentives.
A national organization that provides grants for tree planting projects as well as lots of resources on native tree species, planting guides, pest control and a carbon calculator
Keeping up with the local news and events folks turn to The Observer. Council coverage, arts, sports and lots of profiles of community members.
Canada's shared-use recreation trail network brought online. This trail stretches across Canada through every province and territory making it the nation's largest trail.
The Guinness Book of Records largest recorded attendance for a one-day maple syrup festival. For over 50 years the festival has packed them in to celebrate syrup.
A beautiful 100 km trail was created in 1975 and runs through Woolwich Township. It forms a link between Thames Valley and Grand River Trail Systems. Check site for hikes and events.
The GVT is a marked footpath stretching more than 250 km between Rock Point Provincial Park on Lake Eries to the town of Alton, near Orangeville. Find sample hikes online and events.