Speaker Series: Tree-mendously Important: The 5000 trees project

Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Location: Lambton Heritage Museum Map

As part of the Canada’s Waterscapes exhibition, Lambton Heritage Museum will be hosting a Speaker Series.

Max Morden will talk about the work of the Lakeshore Eco-Network to plant native trees and raise awareness around issues of biodiversity and climate change. The group recently adopted an audacious goal: to create a naturalized corridor along the Ausable River. https://lakeshoreeconetwork.ca/

Canada’s Waterscapes is produced by the Canadian Museum of Nature in collaboration with the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council.

This is a rare opportunity to see this interactive exhibition here in Lambton County! This travelling exhibit will be at the Lambton Heritage Museum for five months only, so don’t miss your chance to experience it! You’ll be able to dive in and find out what it takes to understand and take care of Canada’s aquatic ecosystems. Visitors will get inspired to take action to protect our ecosystems. Join us to explore your aquatic side in this engaging, family-friendly, interactive exhibition.

As part of the Canada’s Waterscapes exhibition, Lambton Heritage Museum will be taking part in a Speaker Series.

Max Morden will talk about the work of the Lakeshore Eco-Network to plant native trees and raise awareness around issues of biodiversity and climate change. The group recently adopted an audacious goal: to create a naturalized corridor along the Ausable River.

Where it's happening:

Lambton Heritage Museum, Museum Road, Grand Bend, ON, Canada