Due to an unforeseen emergency, the Protected Areas workshop scheduled for October 26, 2018 will be moved to November 27 and hosted by Chippewas of the Thames First Nation.
Hosted by Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
In partnership with Carolinian Canada, Ontario Nature, Thames Talbot Land Trust, Long Point Basin Land Trust
Friday, November 27, 2018
9:00am - 4:30pm
320 Chippewa Road, Muncey, Ontario
Chippewas of the Thames Community Centre
registration fee: $50.00
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
This fall, you are invited to join a critical conversation about protecting our unique nature in the Carolinian Zone, together.
In the Carolinian Zone of Ontario, nature and wildlife are on the decline. This Zone is our most biologically diverse, populated and productive region. Local nature protects healthy air, soil and drinking water for 11 million people.
Yet today, public and private parks and protected areas cover a mere 2.5% of the region while 85% of the landscape has been cleared of natural cover. The good news is that there are thousands of people and groups protecting nature in creative ways in harmony with diverse ways of managing land. Can we find a balance for a green future? Join the conversation to develop a collaborative Carolinian Zone Protected Areas Strategy with public, private and indigenous partners.
Join the conversation to develop a collaborative Carolinian Zone Protected Areas Strategy with public, private and indigenous partners.
We will Explore:
This workshop is part of a series presented by the Big Picture Protected Areas Task Force to collaborate with you:
The Big Picture Protected Areas Initiative brings together public, private and indigenous partners to explore innovative solutions in a respectful, collaborative space. Join the conversation to save healthy, resilient landscapes for thriving communities. We are growing a green future, together.