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The Greenbelt: Protecting and Cultivating a Great Ontario Treasure

c/o Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation

Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation’s Brenna Owen sits down to chat with author Burkhard Mausberg, on the launch of his new book The Greenbelt: Protecting and Cultivating a Great Ontario Treasure.

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A Wellington County Odyssey

elora-gorge-credit-david-coulson

Elora Gorge; Credit: David Coulson

Walk along the trails of Rockwood Conservation Area or paddle the Eramosa River and the story of our geological past unfolds.

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For our Water – It’s time to protect Ontario’s Bluebelt!

Cook’s Bay in Simcoe County, CREDIT: Joe Mabel

Cook’s Bay in Simcoe County, CREDIT: Joe Mabel

The momentum that’s building around growing the Greenbelt (#GrowOurGB) couldn’t come at a better time. The provincial government is currently discussing where and by how much our Greenbelt will grow.

Last week, I attended a meeting in Barrie where 150+ people had gathered to discuss Greenbelt growth in Simcoe County. The event, Bluebelt/Greenbelt: Simcoe’s Watershed Moment had a palpable energy as the newly formed Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition brought together community members, local experts, farmers and elected officials representing all levels of government. The motivating discussion focused on how the Greenbelt can help protect valuable water resources – a unifying issue for a community that is so deeply connected to Lake Simcoe.

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