Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority Drinking Water Source Protection Communications Specialist Tim Cumming discusses Risk Management Plans and Source Protection Committee Tools with Program Supervisor Jenna Allain. The topic deals with policies and plans in the Ausable Bayfield Maitland Valley Drinking Water Source Protection Region.
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority Drinking Water Source Protection Communications Specialist Tim Cumming discusses Source Protection Planning Policies and Proposed Plans with Program Supervisor Jenna Allain. The topic deals with policies and plans in the Ausable Bayfield Maitland Valley Drinking Water Source Protection Region.
MP Ben Lobb announced the governments funding of $50,000 for upgrades and improving accessibility for people with disabilities at the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority in Exeter.
London West MPP Chris Bentley was on hand at Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority to announce $700,000 in provincial funding for a new rural storm water management model and implementing it in the five priority areas of the Healthy Lake Huron project. The Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority will lead the initiative with other conservation authorities and […]
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Foundation was presented with a $100,000 Leadership Grant to restore important wetlands in Huron and Middlesex counties. The Grant comes from the RBC Blue Water Project and was announced on RBC Blue Water Day at Exeter’s MacNaughton Park. After ABCA communication specialist Tim Cumming talked with RBC’s Regional President for Ontario South […]
ABCA Communications Specialist Tim Cumming was talking to a group from Bluewater Rest Home at the South Huron Trail in Exeter about their ride on the South Huron Trail Mobile. The Trail Mobile gives people with limited mobility the chance to get outdoors and experience the natural surroundings of the area. Activity volunteer coordinator at […]
The newly formed Ausable Bayfield Maitland Valley Drinking Water Source Protection Committee was Ontario’s first for the region. The committee was formed through a local process that also met the requirements of the Ontario Clean Water Act, 2006 and accompanying regulations. After the announcement the committee met with members of the media and public.