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Latornell Development Panel & Snowshoe Event

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Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area

1641 Perth Road

Kingston, ON K0H 1M0

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Join us for a Networking and Q&A Session about Careers and ongoing efforts in the environmental conservation field. We will look at "How to Get Involved; What are the Current Challenges, and What Excellent Work is Being Done Now?

HOSTED BY: Latornell Professional Development / Mentorship Group, CRCA, Sustainable Kingston, and the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network

PART 1: Panel speakers (moderated session followed by Q&A)

  • Cedric Pepelea: Project Manager of St. Lawerence College for the Low Carbon Building Skills Partnership, Energy Environmentalist Technologist for the Limestone District School Board, Direct Operations of Focus Forward for Indigneous Youth, Green Project Advisor for Enactus
  • Jack Henry: Member of Leeds Grenville Stewardship Council, former member of MNRF, Wetlands Specialist
  • Dr. Ryan Danby: Associate Professor at the School of Environmental Studies and Geography at Queen's Unversity
  • Ivana Schoepf: Research Coordinator at the Queen's University Biology Station, post-doc with international experience

PART 2: Guided snowshoe walk by Jack Henry (sits on Leeds Grenville Stewardship Council and former MNRF wetland specialist). This portion is snow dependent.

Hot drinks and snacks to be provided.

FAQs

What can I bring into the event? Snowshoes

Please bring your own snowshoes. The education centre have a few that can be borrowed but not enough for everyone.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Katrina Furlanetto, M.Env.Sc

Manager, Watershed Planning & Engineering

Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority

kfurlanetto@crca.ca Phone: (613) 546-4228 ext. 248

www.crca.ca


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