Nov 3. Friends of Salmon River AGM

AGM poster Nov 2018.docx

upper Salmon in fall by G Merriam


Salmon River at boat landing at highway 7. N Dertinger

The Salmon River watershed is a jewel of eastern Ontario. The Friends of the Salmon River community group works to safeguard a river system that is essentially healthy, prospering, and full of natural beauty. On Saturday, November 3 at 1pm, the Friends host their 14th Annual General Meeting.

Dr. David Galbraith from the Royal Botanical Gardens will present the Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System: Profile of an Urban Conservation Alliance in Ontario. He will apply lessons learned in collaboration and ecosystem change in the Hamilton Harbour Watershed to helping to protect the Salmon River. David has researched the background of the Salmon River Watershed, so that he can relate his experience to conservation options in our watershed.

Dr. David Galbraith serves as Head of Science at the Royal Botanical Gardens and has chaired the Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System alliance since 2007. A graduate of University of Guelph and Queen’s University, David is a wildlife biologist by training.
Join us at the Roblin Community Hall (fire hall) at 3264 Highway 41, in Roblin. Admittance is free. Memberships may be renewed or purchased (OR you may do this online, see our Join/Donate page). Following the presentation will be the Annual General Meeting and elections to the board. We hope to see you there. For more information, contact Susan at susan@moorepartners.ca.