STRATHROY-CARADOC RECEIVES CONSERVATION AWARD
2/17/2017 7:31:54 AM


It was a special day in Brooke-Alvinston Thursday as the St. Clair Conservation Authority hosted it's annual general meeting and awards ceremony. Each year the Authority presents conservation awards to deserving individuals and groups who have contributed to the region's environmental health. One of the award recipients this year was Strathroy-Caradoc for its work to reduce energy consumption and for it's tree planting. Mayor Joanne Vanderheyden was on hand to accept the award and says the municipality has really put some effort into the environment.

   
Other awards went to the municipality of Brooke-Alvinston for their tree planting program and volunteer Brandon Jordan who's work focused on the conservation of species at risk being the eastern foxsnake. Chairman Steve Arnold remained on the board as Chair for the next year as did Vice Chair Andy Bruziewicz.
   

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