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Farm Wetlands & Phosphorus Workshop

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Farm Wetlands & Phosphorus Workshop

Time: January 14, 2020 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: SCRCA office
Street: 205 Millpond Crescent,
City/Town: Strathroy, ON
Phone: 519-245-3710
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Ducks Unlimited Canada
Latest Activity: Dec 27, 2019

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Tuesday January 14, 1-4 pm; SCRCA office, 205 Millpond Crescent, Strathroy

An afternoon workshop on farm wetlands co-hosted with Ducks Unlimited Canada

Presentations by Ducks Unlimited Canada, Rural Lambton Stewardship Network/Ontario NativeScape, and ALUS Lambton

DUC will share preliminary results from a wetland water quality monitoring research project completed on 8 on-farm wetland conservation projects in 2019, as well as information on Ducks Unlimited Canada’s conservation program and how they’re working closely with landowners to undertake wetland projects on their property.

Lindsay Buchanan will share about the ALUS program in Lambton County (and beyond).

CEU credits available for CCAs who attend.

The event is free, but we request you RSVP so we have enough coffee & refreshments. Please RSVP to Anastassia Lagounova @ alagounova@scrca.on.ca or 519-245-3710.

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