Severn Sound Environmental Association is hosting a mini-summit called 2022 Lake Huron Georgian Bay Community Watershed Actions. You are invited. The event is Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 1 p.m. Communities in Watershed Action takes place at Tay Community Rink, 560 Calvert Street in Port McNichol (east of Midland), Ontario.
The organizers invite you to “come meet amazing groups working with communities around Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.”
To register for this mini-summit event, click the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/communities-in-watershed-action-tickets-350620464247.
Presenters include Kim Gavine, General Manager of Conservation Ontario; Mayor George Cornell, Township of Tiny director on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Cities Initiative; Sarah Smith, Huron County Water Protection Steering Committee; and Glenn Cannington of Muskoka Watershed Council.
Funding for the event is from the Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Watershed – A Canadian Initiative for Community Action, sponsored by Environment and Climate Change Canada and the Ontario Ministry of the Environment Conservation and Parks.
The goal of the Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Community Action Initiative is to empower communities to take action that not only benefit their local ecosystems but that of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.