Pre Latornell Workshop

November 18, 2019 Pre-Latornell Workshops

Additional workshop details, information, and registration instructions will be posted as they are made available.

Natural Heritage Systems Planning Workshop

Participants will be provided with tools to assist them in undertaking natural heritage planning. The workshop will be particularly useful to municipal planners as well as other professionals interested in applying ecology and environmental management to the land use planning process. The workshop will include an introduction to Ontario Nature’s Best Practices Manual for Natural Heritage Systems Planning. The session will also incorporate a discussion and case studies of biodiversity offsetting as well as other current issues, tools and practices in natural heritage planning.

Register for the Natural Heritage Systems Planning Workshop
Hosted by:
Skelton Brumwell and Associates Inc. in cooperation with Ontario Nature

For more information, please contact:
Michael Wynia
mwynia@skeltonbrumwell.ca
705-726-1141 ext. 115 (Office)

Planning and Executing Stormwater Retrofit Studies Using EPA SWMM5/PCSWMM Workshop

It has been concluded that broader issues related to urban flooding, instream water quality and watershed health cannot be adequately resolved without addressing pre-existing legacy development areas within the Credit River watershed.

The Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVC), in conjunction with CHI, is offering a specialized workshop providing the background knowledge to successfully plan and execute a retrofit feasibility study for an existing area lacking stormwater quantity and quality controls. This workshop presents the challenges and opportunities associated with a retrofit feasibility study, complemented with a recent retrofit case study and detailed SWMM5 model exercise

Register for the Planning and Executing Stormwater Retrofit Studies Using EPA SWMM5/PCSWMM Workshop
Hosted by:
Computational Hydraulics International (CHI) and Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVC)

For more information, please contact:
Karen Finney
karen@chiwater.com
519-767-0197 or 1-888-972-7966

Pre Latornell Workshop Information

The Latornell Conservation Symposium provides a cost efficient opportunity for partners including Conservation Authorities, NGO’s, government agencies, and Indigenous organizations to host their own unique workshop(s) at the Nottawasaga Inn on the day before the annual Symposium.

In 2019, all workshops will take place pre-Symposium on Monday November 18th.

What Is Included in This Opportunity?

  • Promotion on the Latornell Website
  • Promotion in two Latornell e-blasts to 3,000+ recipients in the environmental and other sectors
  • Profile across social media platforms
  • Cost savings in room rental, AV, coffee breaks and meals
  • Logistics support from Steering Committee staff

Cost

There is a $500 administration fee to host a workshop.

Who Does What

Workshop Host Logistic support provided by Symposium
Completion of Workshop Application Form Review and approve
Workshop design and registration Provides free room and room set up
Design and circulation of promotional materials Promotion in two e-blasts and across social media platforms including twitter and an opportunity for a blog on a topic related to current Latornell theme
Choice and cost of meals and coffee breaks; (see Meals, Coffee Breaks and AV Equipment section below for options)

Identification of dietary issues
Will coordinate with Nottawasaga Inn on your behalf

Can pay up front directly to the hotel or reimburse Symposium who will pay on your behalf
Determine AV needs (rent from hotel or bring your own) Will coordinate with Nottawasaga Inn on your behalf
Workshop speakers, delivery and evaluation (if required)

Meals, Coffee Breaks and AV Equipment

Latornell Logistics Coordinator acts as the Nottawasaga Inn and Convention Centre hotel liaison person. Logistics Coordinator will book your meeting room, order your food, order room layout and make sure you have the audiovisual equipment needed.

Meals: Groups can opt for the hot and cold buffet in the Riverview Restaurant at the Nottawasaga Inn and Convention Centre or have a private luncheon within their workshop room.

Coffee Breaks: Groups can opt for a morning and/or afternoon coffee breaks within their workshop room.

AV Equipment: AV is dependent on specific needs. It can be ordered for you. Or you can bring in your own equipment.

Room Setup: Classroom Setting with round tables or Lecture Style (rows of chairs)

Contact and Application Form

To submit the completed application form or for more information, contact Barbara MacKenzie-Wynia, Latornell Logistics Coordinator at 705-424-2871 or barbaraw@ontarionature.org.