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Caring for Your Land & Water – A Webinar for Rural Residents

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm



Understanding the natural features on your rural property helps you better understand what actions to take to protect and enjoy your property for years to come.

In this free webinar, we’ll introduce you to common issues affecting rural properties and what you can do to protect the health of your land, water and community. We’ll discuss topics including algae blooms and geese in ponds and streams, invasive species and threats to well water quality.

You’ll learn about what actions you can take to protect your land and water and the financial incentives available to help you get started.

Please note: This webinar is for rural residents of the Credit River Watershed with properties of one acre or more. Not sure if your property is in the watershed? Find out here:

Contact: Karen Buckle at (905) 670-1615 or

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