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Conservation Foundation Meets Highest Standard in Public Confidence

Essex Region Conservation Foundation achieves Imagine Canada accreditation Essex – The Essex Region Conservation Foundation is pleased to announce it has achieved prestigious accreditation from Imagine Canada’s Standards Program for charitable and non-profit organizations. “The accreditation process was very comprehensive,” said Susan Stockwell Andrews, President of the Foundation Board of Directors.  “Our Foundation now joins 150 organizations across Canada who have also achieved this important
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Jamieson Laboratories Growing Their Environmental Leadership

Cedar Creek woodlot named Jamieson Forest Kingsville – A woodlot in the Cedar Creek watershed has been named the Jamieson Forest in recognition of the 72,000 trees Jamieson Laboratories donated to reforest 121-acres of agricultural land. In 2010, Jamieson Laboratories made a $350,000, 10-year commitment to the Essex Region Conservation Foundation to have the Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) naturalize this historic landscape.  As the woodlot has begun to grow and mature, a sign unveili
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David Suzuki Book Tour: Letters to My Grandchildren

Windsor – The Essex Region Conservation Foundation is pleased to announce David Suzuki is bringing his book tour to Windsor on June 22nd to speak on his new book Letters to My Grandchildren. In his most important book since The Sacred Balance and his most personal ever, revered environmentalist David Suzuki draws on his experiences and wisdom gained over his life to pass on to future generations. Now an elder, this series of letters offers grandfatherly advice mixed with reflections from his and
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Honouring Outstanding Conservation Commitment

Windsor – The Essex Region Conservation Foundation honoured two recipients with a Conservation Foundation award at their Annual General Meeting on March 26.  The awards recognized outstanding philanthropic commitment from an individual or family, and from a corporation. “Since 2012, the Foundation initiated this award recognition program to recognize the overwhelming contributions we have received from our supporters.  It is with our great appreciation that we honour those who have chosen to giv
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Annual General Meeting

Windsor – The Essex Region Conservation Foundation celebrated its Annual General Meeting on March 26 and highlighted the support from donors and partners as they work together to enhance the natural environment for healthy living and economic vibrancy. “There has never been a more exciting time to be involved in this work because of the positive and lasting impact it has on our community,” said David Robins, Vice-President, Board of Directors.  “For all of those who have planted a tree, bought a
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