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Webinar #1 Registration Now Open & Date Change!
NEW DATE: Wednesday September 29, 2021
We have rescheduled the first Latornell Symposium webinar in order to avoid conflicting with Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

We feel it is very important to continue to acknowledge and learn about the generational damage done to First Nations peoples through the legacy of residential schools and to continue to work towards building equal and collaborative relationships moving forward. Events will be taking place across the country to commemorate this important day.

For more information, see the following link: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Registration for Webinar #1 Now Open!
We are pleased to announce our first #ConservationMatters Fall 2021 Webinar is now open for registration.

Webinar #1 | The Other Watershed Cycle – Monitoring, Planning, and Restoration
Date and time: Wednesday, September 29th | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Cost: Free however registration is required.
Can’t attend our webinar live? Submit your registration and we will send you a link to enable you to view the recorded version once the webinar has ended

For more information on our webinars series, please visit the Latornell Webinars webpage.
Description: As watershed practitioners, we are familiar with the ‘living’ cycle of activities that links watershed planning to implementation and back again. Presentations in this webinar will directly connect watershed monitoring to planning, to active implementation, and back again. It will showcase a range of Conservation Authority (CA) experiences in developing integrated monitoring programs and using them to inform other CA programs e.g., watershed planning, restoration. It will also share first steps and strategies for getting local buy-in and expanding monitoring programs beyond provincial networks.

Format of Webinar: The webinar will feature a presentation by Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority, followed by shorter presentations from Credit Valley Conservation and Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority, and a moderated panel discussion with opportunity for audience questions.
Jamie Davidson

Director, Watershed Planning & Natural Heritage
Central Lake Ontario Conservation (CLOCA)
Dan Moore

Aquatic Biologist
Central Lake Ontario Conservation (CLOCA)
Roy Mosher

Restoration Coordinator
Central Lake Ontario Conservation (CLOCA)
Loveleen Clayton

Program Manager, Watershed Monitoring
Credit Valley Conservation
Ian Ockenden

Watershed Monitoring Specialist
Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority
Moderator: Katrina Furlanetto

General Manager
Cataraqui Conservation
Read more about the speakers on the Latornell Webinars webpage.
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For More Information:
Karen Anderson and Mario Maillet, Symposium Coordinators
Latornell Conservation Symposium
1-888-274-1364 ext. 4

c/o Conservation Ontario
120 Bayview Parkway
Newmarket, Ontario
L3Y 3W3