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Lecture on the Lake Iroquois Plain

Mar 22 | 2:00 pm | Waterfront Trust Centre, 47 Discovery Drive

The Giant's Rib Escarpment Education Network (GREEN) Presents The Bruce Duncan Memorial Lecture Series: March 22, 2015

GREEN’s Bruce Duncan Memorial Lecture Series is scheduled to host its next presentation on Sunday, March 22nd, 2015. This month’s lecture, presented by Mark Stabb, will focus exclusively on the Lake Iroquois Plain, one of Canada’s most populous and developed landforms. The hour long lecture will take place at the Waterfront Trust Centre (47 Discovery Drive Hamilton, ON L8L 8K4) and begins promptly at 2:00 pm.

Mark Stabb, Central Ontario Program Director for the Nature Conservancy of Canada, has worked in the conservation field since his graduation from the University of Waterloo in 1982. His work includes ten years as a Biologist and Park Planner for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, and as an environmental consultant and freelance writer and educator. His lecture will provide an in-depth discussion and virtual tour of glacial Lake Iroquois and the influence its still-visible sandy beaches and bluffs have on society today - from Burlington Heights, to the benches of Niagara, to the Scarborough Bluffs and beyond.

There is a cover charge of $5.00 and door prizes and refreshments will be provided following the lecture, along with an opportunity to talk with the speaker.

  • bruce trail
  • city of burlington
  • Conservation Halton
  • Halton Region
  • City of Hamilton
  • Hamilton Conservation Authority
  • hamilton harbour
  • Hamilton Naturalists' club
  • McMaster
  • RBG

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