Our team is excited to attend the Community Matters Town Hall in Guelph tomorrow evening! Looking forward to meeting other candidates and like-minded individuals and have important discussions on how to secure our future for humanity and the natural world – we need to act now!
Tom Chatterton, one of our guest speakers for our Nature Talks event, invites you to come join in our discussion this Sunday! “The local chapter of the Green Party of Canada will be sponsoring a discussion session on the effects of climate change and the various conservation efforts that locally and globally might mitigate the effects. Larry Cornelis and I will be making presentations to the group and the public who will be attending. This is not a political event simply sponsored by the Greens.” —Tom Chatterton Everyone is warmly welcomed to attend. We will also be holding a native… Read More »Nature Talks: It’s Almost Here!
Come join us and guest speakers Larry Cornelis and Tom Chatterton at Edward International Academy, 430 King St, Wallaceburg on July 14th, 2019 from 2PM–3PM! We are honoured to announce that Larry Cornelis and Tom Chatterton of Wallaceburg will be giving a public presentation on the local effects of climate change and grassroots solutions to mitigating its effects. Both are highly-respected Conservationists who have spent their lifetimes following the diversity and health of the flora and fauna in our unique Carolinian habitat. Both have dedicated themselves to the Conservation and Management of many significant wild spaces in the Lambton-Kent-Middlesex region.… Read More »Nature Talks and Native Plant Sale with Larry Cornelis and Tom Chatterton
We are currently updating our website to add some interesting new features. Thanks for your patience. In the meantime, if you are interested in getting more information there are a couple of things you can do. First, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Second, you can come to meet our new candidate on April 28th from 2 to 4 at The Duke on Sydenham Restaurant, 51 King Street in Strathroy, Ontario! Please come out and be part of the beginning of something great! We look forward to seeing you. Jim Johnston