Contact a Stewardship Coordinator

Apted Property

One-on-one assistance for residents, landowners & businesses.

CVC Stewardship Coordinators are here to help landowners, residents and businesses who live or manage property in the Credit River watershed.

If you own property in the watershed our helpful staff can:

  • provide technical assistance;
  • conduct a property site visit;
  • sign you up for a workshop;
  • help you access resources; and
  • direct you to the best in-house experts.

To discuss your land management and stewardship goals, contact one of our Stewardship Coordinators today. We’d love to hear from you!


For agricultural and equine landowners contact:
Mark Eastman

Office: (905) 670-1615 extension 720
Cell: (416) 294-7335
Toll Free: 1 (800) 668-5557

For rural non-farm landowners contact:
Alison Qua-Enoo
Office: (905) 670-1615 extension 438

For residents of Brampton & Mississauga contact:
Melanie Kramer
Office: 905-670-1615 extension 452

For businesses and institutions throughout the watershed:
Deborah Kenley
Office: 905-670-1615 extension  439

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