It All Ends Up In The Lake, part II
Working Towards Clean And Clear
A community conference on the impact of human activity on Lake Huron
Saturday August 27, 2005
8:30am to 1:00pm
Goderich Community Centre/Arena
180 McDonald Street, 2nd Floor
$10 at the door
- Setting the stage
Nigel Bellchamber, Conference Moderator and member of the
Asfhield-Colborne Lakefront Association
- Keynote speaker
Bruce Davidson, representing the Concerned Citizens of Walkerton.
An analysis of what went wrong.
- A Demonstration Research Project to Treat Municipal Biosolids
and Liquid Manure
Bill MacMillan, Director, Agricultural Services Division,
Connestoga-Rovers & Associates. This plan converts many types of
waste into electricity and pathogen-free water and fertilizer using
Please support our exhibitors by visiting them on the arena floor
while you have your coffee and refreshments.
- Stewardship Manual for Coastal Residents
Ray Letheren, Friends of the Bayfield River. Susanna Reid, Planner,
Planning and Development Department, County of Huron. A year-long study
to change individual practices along the Lake Huron shoreline.
- SWIMCAST: Real-Time Beach Monitoring
Mike McElhone, Ashfield-Colborne Lakefront Association. Real-time
beach water conditions and automated systems for predicting E.coli
- Septic System Technology
Katherine Rentsch, Project Coordinator, Ontario Rural Wastewater
Centre, University of Guelph.
- Sources & Mechanisms of Delivery of E.coli Bacterial
Pollution to the Lake Huron Shoreline
Rick Steele, Maitland Valley Conservation Authority and member of
the Huron County Science Committee. A summary and next steps of the
interim report to investigate sources of bacterial pollution at the Lake
Huron shoreline in Huron County.
- Speakers' Panel
Question & Answer period
Sponsors and Exhibitors