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Public Meeting - Cootes Paradise Heritage Lands and Borer’s Falls-Rock Chapel Heritage Lands Management Plans

Sep 27 | 6:30pm - 9:00pm | Royal Botanical Gardnes, Cafe Annex. 680 Plains Road West

The Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System is a collaborative initiative of nine organizations and agencies in the Burlington-Hamilton area (including municipal governments, conservation authorities and non-profit organizations). Together, these partner organizations are working to protect, connect and restore more than 1,900 hectares of natural lands, and to deliver sustainable recreation and education opportunities.

Management Plans for the Cootes Paradise and Borer’s Falls-Rock Chapel Heritage Lands are being developed in order to provide a cohesive and holistic management framework for the partner-owned properties. Community engagement is an important aspect of plan development and implementation.

The Project Team received some great input at the first Public Meeting in April 2018 where community members shared their knowledge and experience with the Heritage Lands and discussed issues and opportunities within the study areas. During this second phase of engagement, we would like to build on that input and seek your feedback on the draft Management Plans. The Management Plan documents are available online HERE

 

Deadline for Comments:  October 5. 2018

Please note that there is only a short window of opportunity to comment on the Management Plans after the meeting.  Therefore, it would be helpful and appreciated if participants can bring comments to the Open House. Please fill out the following survey with your comments. Open survey here

 

Date:               Thursday September 27, 2018

Time:               6:30pm – 7:00pm Open House / 7:00pm – 9:00pm Presentation & Discussions

Location:         Royal Botanical Gardens, Café Annex / 680 Plains Road West, Burlington

 

For more information please visit www.cootestoescarpment.ca or contact Tomasz Wiercioch, Coordinator, Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System at 905-527-1158 ext. 225, or twiercioch@rbg.ca.

  • 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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