Pathways to a Greener Future along Canada's South Coast | Carolinian Canada

Pathways to a Greener Future along Canada's South Coast

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In response to the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic, Carolinian Canada is following public health guidelines.  We are making program adjustments and enhancements as recommended. Through our virtual office, we will continue to work strongly with our partners for a green future.  We will update this notice as new information is available.
Thursday, October 25, 2012 to Monday, October 29, 2012

Ecosystem Recovery Forum 2012

More than 60 people participated in this year’s Ecosystem Recovery Forum focusing on a healthy and vibrant Lake Erie coast. Participants included conservation practitioners, municipal representatives, university academics, farmers, public health workers, tourism industry leaders and interested citizens. The setting of Port Stanley’s historic harbour was the perfect backdrop for discussing how “Big Picture” thinking, region-wide stewardship trail initiatives, smart municipal planning and savvy social marketing are linking conservation, outreach and ecotourism from one end of Lake Erie to the other. The success of the Forum was due in part to the many fantastic presentations from partners and practitioners from throughout the Great Lakes basin, as well as the stimulating discussions generated by the attendees. In case you missed it, presentations are available here:

Download the Ecosystem Recover Forum 2012 Program and Presentations

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