Cloyne, Ontario | 6 September, 10am to 3pm
The Frontenac Wildlands – from Highway 7 north to Big Gull Lake, and from Highway 41 east to Hungry and Mink Lakes – over 6,000 acres – is an outstandingly rich landscape. It is a wealth of lakes and wetlands. In a 1991 assessment, this area was called the provincially significant "Kennebec Wetland Complex."
The people living here are essential ingredients in the stewardship of this naturally rich area. The Community Day on Saturday, September 6 will bring many of these folks together for an exchange of knowledge about their natural riches. Connections among the social, economic and ecological elements of stewardship will be discussed. Pride of the people on the land for their community and the lands and waters where they live is the goal of the day.
Community Day is hosted by the Frontenac Stewardship Foundation and many local partners. The Day is open to all participants at no charge.
Come to Barrie Hall, located at 14225 Highway 41 in Cloyne, Ontario.
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