Harper ParkHarper Park and its adjacent major open space lands contain a diversity of habitat types and are therefore the most ecologically significant lands within Peterborough, with high biodiversity and a high percentage of native plant species (78%). Harper Park’s size (60 hectares) provides habitat for area-sensitive birds and mammals not normally found within city limits such as Sharp-Shinned Hawk, Great Horned Owl, Snowshoe Hare and Woodland Jumping Mouse.
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Harper Park Stewardship Committee meets CHEX TV reporter, Jesse Thomas, on site to observe spawning brook trout in Harper Creek. These brook trout are at risk of loosing viable spawning grounds. Read the full story on CHEX TV
This fall, our club has been very fortunate to have been contacted by two highly motivated, fourth year Trent students working on key policy issues impacting natural heritage in our community. Vanessa Potvin will be revisiting the Peterborough Natural Areas Strategy 20 years after the 10 core ecolo
PFN Board of Directors has an URGENT message for its members. What’s Happening? Last spring Appeals were made by three parties (No Casino Peterborough, AON Inc., Downtown Business Improvement Area) to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) requesting a review of Peterborough City Council’s decisi
Upcoming Harper Park Events
Past Harper Park Events
Ontario Municipal Board Hearing: Rezoning appeal to protect the Harper Park Complex
Location: Peterborough City Hall
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Harper Creek North Tributary: September 6th is the deadline for initial public input on road project
Location: North Tributary of Harper Creek
Time: All Day