How Much of Niagara, Ontario’s Nature Will They Save?

Here is Urging You to Participate in a Webinar – This Thursday, April 8th at 7 P.M. – To Have Your Say in the Future of Niagara’s Natural Heritage and Water Resources Systems

A Call-Out from The Biodiversity and Climate Change Committee of Niagara, a coalition of citizens across our Niagara region.

Posted April 7th, 2021 on Niagara At Large

A Brief Foreword from Doug Draper at Niagara At Large

The greedy creeps in the development induistry are targetting this wonderful place –
Waverly Woods in Fort Erie/Niagara – for pavement too. When will it end? When there is nothing left?

Well, how many thanks does this organization of citizens across our Niagara, Ontario region – – I think quite a few – for caring so much about saving what we have left here of our precious natural heritage, and for keeping our politicians’ feet to the fire around saving those resources too.

So please take seriously and get enaged in the information directly below. Our future depends on it. Do not let the predatory development industry in this Niagara region gut our future  –

For more on this and the great work this coalition of Niagara residents is doing, email 

About The Biodversity and Climate Change Committee of Niagara – he Biodiversity and Climate Action Committee (BCAC) advocates for proven municipal best practices and policies that protect and enhance local biodiversity and combat climate change.

For more on the Committee, click on – .

NIAGARA AT LARGE Encourages You To Join The Conversation By Sharing Your Views On This Post In The Space Following The Bernie Sanders Quote Below.

“A Politician Thinks Of The Next Election. A Leader Thinks Of The Next Generation.” – Bernie Sanders


One response to “How Much of Niagara, Ontario’s Nature Will They Save?

  1. FYI – participation is via Zoom


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