Nov 23. Trenton Woodlot Conference

Trenton Woodlot Conference

Friday, November 23, 8am – 4pm in Batawa

Farms and Forests: Living on the Edge. Much of the forest cover in our area is on farms. This forest cover provides important economic and environmental benefits, both locally and to the larger community.

Speakers: Dr. Rene Van Acker, Dean of the Ontario Agricultural College at U. of Guelph, will address the state of farming in Ontario and the relationship of the farming sector to our communities. Susan Willis Chan, instructor in Sustainable Agriculture, will explain how rural landowners can improve the ecological health of their property and gain in overall yield. Highlight is a field trip to the Goodrich-Loomis Conservation Area.

Batawa Community Centre at 81 Plant St., Batawa (west of Belleville)

Admission is $40, includes hot lunch. Please Preregister. Tickets may be purchased online at hastingsstewardship.ca

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Friends of the Napanee River AGM Nov 24

Friends of the Napanee  AGM Nov 24

Friends of the Napanee will host an Open Town hall with

MP Mike Bossio, and the Annual General Meeting

To discuss recent funding for projects on the Napanee Watershed (and other topics)

To submit questions, register, or for more information contact:

Lawrence O’Keeffe at info@friendsnapaneeriver.ca

See poster.

 

Saturday, November 24

9:30 – 10:00 am (Social)

10:00 – Noon (Main Event)

Newburgh Community Hall at 2 Factory Street

Also –  launch of the new website and the election of a small executive committee.

FNR AGM 2018