The media releases presented here includes a range of Conservation Sudbury news that will give you information of upcoming issues and exciting information as it becomes available.
The Friends of Lake Laurentian gain a new Partner in Sign Plan Project Club Montessori Sudbury donates $15,000
SUDBURY – Please join us as Conservation Sudbury welcomes the Club Montessori of Sudbury as a partner in the TRAIL BUILDER category of the campaign for the Sign Plan Project at the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area .
When: 11 AM, Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Where: Nature Chalet, 2309 South Bay Road, Sudbury
The Friends of Lake Laurentian welcomes a new Donor in its campaign to bring new signs to the Conservation Area.
SUDBURY – Conservation Sudbury is pleased to announce a generous donation from the Club Montessori of Sudbury. A cheque presentation will take place Tuesday April 26 at 11 AM at the main parking lot of the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area.
An ambitious plan to add high-quality signs throughout the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area (LLCA) kicked off last May (2015). A total of 99 signs will be installed in the coming months. The signs will be of equivalent quality to those one would expect to find in a provincial park.
Forests Ontario has approved Conservation Sudbury to become a Planting Delivery Agency (PDA) under the 50 Million Tree Program. Since the program's inception in 2008, more than 20 million trees have been planted in the province with an ultimate goal of planting 50 million trees by 2025.
Sign Plan Launched today at the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area:
SUDBURY – Conservation Sudbury, in partnership with Union Gas, unveiled its new sign at the entrance to the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area earlier today.
In Photo: Marc Tonelli of Union Gas and Ward 1 Councillor Mark Signoretti, Chairperson of the Friends of Lake Laurentian, look on as the new entrance sign is revealed.