Make a resolution this Earth Week to learn more about nature in your own backyard.
It's more special and wild than you might think. Register today for Carolinian Canada's
30th anniversary celebration, to kick-start your journey of discovery.
What: Celebrating 30 Years of Significant Conservation: Carolinian Canada
Coalition Annual General Meeting and Conservation Awards. Registration now open.
The agenda includes:
A 'time travel' bus tour: Explore a slice of the Carolinian Life Zone in Elgin County.
Experts will discuss the past, present and future of nature and conservation work.
Learn how you can contribute the Big Picture vision of healthy habitats. Spaces
limited, register early. A retrospective through story-telling: Nature enthusiasts
will regale you with an inspiring collection of personal about nature stories and
bring Carolinian Canada's history and conservation success to life. Our Conservation
Awards Ceremony: Conservation heroes will be recognized for their hard work with
our Conservation Awards. Help honour the people and groups who are inspiring change
in their own communities. The launch of our 30 for 30 Celebration and Challenge:
Help us celebrate 30 years of significant conservation. Treat yourself by exploring
Carolinian Canada. Take a trip around the "Zone" and visit 30 events and habitats.
Help raise money and awareness for Carolinian Canada through the 30 for 30 Challenge.
Who: Registration is by donation and open to the general public.
Host: Carolinian Canada Coalition. Honourary co-host: Conservation Ontario.
Where: Canada Southern Railway Station, 750 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, ON
When: Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
Learn more and register: on our website
About Carolinian Canada Coalition: Since 1984, Carolinian Canada Coalition
(CCC), now a registered charity, has been a leading ecoregional group in Canada.
Stretching from Toronto to Windsor, the Carolinian Life Zone of southwestern Ontario
is among North America's most vibrant and fragile ecoregions. CCC brings together
diverse sectors, people and governments to collaboratively steward southwestern
Ontario's unique habitat network, green infrastructure to support thriving wild
and human communities in harmony for generations.
About Conservation Ontario: Conservation Ontario is made up of a network
of 36 Conservation Authorities, community-based watershed management agencies dedicated
to conserving, restoring and managing Ontario's natural resources on a watershed
basis. Fourteen Conservation Authorities are located in the Carolinian Life Zone,
and are founding partners in the promotion, restoration and stewardship of important
natural features that have contributed to the environmental, community and economic
resiliency of Carolinian Canada for over 30 years.