Lands to Great Lakes - Relationship Status: It's Complicated
The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River are critically important to Ontario’s environment and economy. They are also a source of joy for many Ontario residents in terms of scenic views, recreational opportunities, and spiritual significance and renewal.

The relationship between the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River, and the surrounding landscape, is complicated. Many efforts have been made, and continue to be made, to understand, protect and restore these important water resources and to manage the impacts our activities have on them.

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The 25th Latornell Conservation Symposium will explore the status of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River and the lands that connect them in order to assess the work currently underway to protect, conserve and enhance them. What progress is being made, and what more needs to be done?

The 2018 Symposium takes place November 13, 14 and 15, 2018 at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre in Alliston, Ontario.

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Did You Attend the 2018 Symposium? We're Looking for Your Feedback!

We are always looking for ways to improve the Symposium and we would like to receive your feedback. Fill out and submit the Evaluation Form before Wednesday December 5th and you will be entered to win a $100 Mountain Equipment Co-op gift card.

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#IAmConservation

As part of our 25th Anniversary, the Latornell Conservation Symposium is celebrating women working in ‘conservation’. A series of social media infographics featuring six women in Conservation is kick-starting the conversation.

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You can participate in the campaign by liking and sharing our social media posts and adding your own comments and experiences!

Read more on the women working in Conservation and the campaign on the #IAmConservation page.

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GREATNESS | The Great Lakes Project

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Connecting Ontarians to the Great Lakes is a responsibility shared by many partners including the Greatness Project.

Supported by Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Greatness is a campaign celebrating the majesty of the Great Lakes and their importance to 40 million residents of Canada and the United States who live in the Great Lakes basin.

The Greatness Project uses history, art, culture and recreation to strengthen the importance of the lakes for everyone living near them.

And, it promotes learning and ambassador opportunities for Ontario youth.

Learn more about GREATNESS | The Great Lakes Project

Our Partners

 The 2018 Symposium takes place November 13, 14 and 15, 2018 at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre in Alliston, Ontario.

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2018 Presentations Now Available

Presentations from the 2018 concurrent sessions and previous years are available for download.

You can access the presentations here.

Contact Us

Karen Anderson, Symposium Coordinator
Phone: 1-888-274-1364 ext. 103
Email: karen@allsetinc.com
Karen Anderson, Symposium Coordinator
Phone: 1-888-274-1364 ext. 103
Fax: 1-888-274-1324
Email: karen@allsetinc.com
Nottawasaga Inn and Conference Centre
6015 Highway 89
Alliston, ON L9R 1A4
Phone: 705-435-5501 or 416-364-5068
Toll-Free Phone: 1-800- 669-5501
Fax: 705-435-5840
Email: info@nottawasagaresort.com
Website: http://www.nottawasagaresort.com
Your conference registration DOES NOT include accommodations.
Conservation Ontario
120 Bayview Parkway
Newmarket, ON L3Y 3W3
Phone: 905-895-0716
Fax: 905-895-0751
Email: info@conservationontario.ca
Website: www.conservationontario.ca
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