Missed our March 8 Lake Ontario Evening event? No problem — the full video is now available for viewing!
Lessons Learned in 30 Years of Restoration
In the last three decades, extensive efforts have been made in restoring aquatic and terrestrial habitat along the Toronto and Region waterfront and within its watersheds. Join the Toronto & Region Remedial Action Plan (RAP) team to learn about these efforts in detail and explore some of the positive changes that have occurred.
*This event is taking place via GoToWebinar. After registration, you will be emailed a link to join the webinar.
Over the past 200 years, pressures of urbanization, port expansion, industrial activity, transport, and recreation along the Toronto waterfront have resulted in the destruction of wetlands and riparian habitats.
In the last three decades, however, extensive efforts have been made in restoring aquatic and terrestrial habitat along the Toronto and Region waterfront and within its watersheds.
Using best management practices and advice from industry leaders, more than 50 hectares of aquatic and terrestrial habitat has been restored along the waterfront, and more than 850 hectares within watersheds.
This Lake Ontario Evening event will showcase these efforts in detail and highlight some of the positive changes that have occurred.
Don Little, Toronto Remedial Action Plan Project Manager
Lake Ontario Evenings is a free speaker series hosted by the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan. Each event covers a different Lake Ontario and/or Toronto waterfront related topic. Lake Ontario Evenings events are free and open to the public.
We are committed to creating an accessible experience for all participants. If you require an accommodation, please email email@example.com at least seven days prior to the event.