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Friday 24 September 2021, 07:00pm - 09:00pm

Roads are known to have significant effects on the landscapes and habitats they bisect and many studies throughout Ontario have shown the negative impacts of roads on reptile populations through direct mortality, habitat loss and habitat fragmentation. A 2020-2021 road project in the Township of The Archipelago, resulted in tangible benefits for community, government and the environment.  The project has provided a demonstration of sustainable practices for road management including numerous ecological, cultural, educational, and financial benefits of collaboration to provide a higher quality strategy for road work that benefits conservation at a comparable cost to conventional road work methods.

Tianna Burke has been part of the Georgian Bay Biosphere team since 2017. Tianna holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo and a Master’s of Science from Trent University where she studied the lives of Bank Swallows, an aerial insectivore. Her love of science, conservation, communications, and education has come full circle at GBB where she coordinates the planning and delivery of species at risk research and outreach, assists with education programming, and content development for GBB’s social media accounts.She is also currently the President of the Parry Sound Nature Club

Location This will be a Zoom meeting. See below for details

Topic: Nature Barrie September Meeting
Time: Sep 24, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 818 4420 7450
Passcode: 733885