Watersheds Canada is proud to announce our third webinar in the Freshwater Stewardship Community’s series – Christopher Dennison who will speak on the collaborative “Planning for our Shorelands” project. This project is bringing together expert planners, scientists, and lake stewards from across the province. Its objective is to provide a meaningful best-management practices (BMP) resource which promotes sustainable shoreland land-use practices and policies in Ontario’s municipalities.
In this webinar, Christopher Dennison, Watersheds Canada’s Municipal Policy Intern, will discuss the progress that has been accomplished thus on Planning For our Shorelands, as well as its future trajectory. Click here to register for the March 13th webinar – we’re excited to see you there!
Planning for our Shorelands is possible because of the guidance from an amazing project Steering Committee, which includes experienced planners, conservation authorities, and lake stewards. Thank you: Barbara King (Watersheds Canada), Janet Taylor (White Lake Preservation Project), the LUSH Charity Pot, the Daniel and Susan Gottlieb Foundation, the ImpAct Internship Program, Mark Snider, Glenn Tunnock, Terry Rees (FOCA), Mary Rae, Leora Berman (The Land Between), Katrina Furlanetto (CRCA), and Danielle Lachance.