03apr7:00 pm9:00 pmMEETING: A final refuge for wildlife in Southern Ontario

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Leora Berman

What does the Land Between mean? Get to know the remarkable and irreplaceable features and functions of The Land Between; a region that is often associated with Cottage Country. Here wildlife abounds. Species from the north and the south call this landscape home and it is a vital refuge for 59 Species at Risk and many common, yet declining species such as loon, lake trout, bear and moose. The Land Between is also the name of a grassroots charity that functions in unique ways, working to save this last stronghold in Ontario. Learn about ways you can help save the living land between.
Leora has a diverse and impressive background. She is a Strategic Project Manager, Soil and Water Technologist, has studied Economics, has diplomas in Fine Arts, and is a recognized leader in the social sector. She began in the “trenches”, with years of conducting hydrogeological, hydrological and wetland assessments. She then designed and delivered environmental remediation and restoration projects and grew to developing and managing large-scale and multi-partnered projects across Ontario and for the International Joint Commission between Canada and the USA. Leora is the recipient of the 2019 Roland Michener Conservation Award from CWF for exceptional work in wildlife research and conservation.
This event will be available on Zoom as well. Please ensure you are on our email list to receive the link and any updates on this event. orillianaturalists@gmail.com


(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

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