Explore innovative and sustainable approaches to urban watershed management at the 2015 Urban Watershed Forum.
Held on Friday, March 20 at Evergreen Brick Works, take part in informative presentations, seminars and workshops on unique watershed management projects, best practices and lessons learned.
Please note online registration has closed. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for purchase.
- A lunchtime panel discussion on Toronto’s Ravines moderated by the Honorable David Crombie and featuring panelists Carolyn Woodland (TRCA), Mark Wilson (Waterfront Toronto), Megan Torza (DTAH), Norman DeFraeye (City of Toronto) and Shelley Petrie (The Greenbelt Foundation)
- An afternoon workshop facilitated by Waterlution’s co-founder Karen Kun inspiring pattern-making and pattern-breaking change towards a healthy and sustainable relationship with water
- A series of informative concurrent sessions targeting urban water issues through the lenses of Community Engagement, Policy & Research, and Climate Change Adaptation
Friday, March 20
Evergreen Brick Works
550 Bayview Ave, Toronto
$15 – Full Day Delegates
$10 – Full Day Non-profit and Student Delegates