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Join the New Brunswick Environmental Network for a free learning day in Sackville, where you will:

• Visit three natural and nature-based climate change adaptation projects in and around Sackville;
• Develop a deeper understanding about the role of natural infrastructure in climate change adaptation;
• Learn about the opportunities and challenges for implementing natural infrastructure projects;
• Connect with experts from the field.

Speakers:
• Adam Cheeseman, Nature NB
• Elaine Aucoin, City of Moncton
• Serge Dupuis, University of Moncton
• Sabine Dietz, Aster Group
• Jamie Burke & Dwayne Acton, Town of Sackville
• Amanda Marlin & Kelli-Nicole Croucher, EOS Eco-Energy
• Jeff Ollerhead, Mount Allison University
• Nic McLellan, Ducks Unlimited

Agenda:
09:45 AM- Registration
10:00 AM- Introduction and Overview for the day
10:05 AM- Panel Discussion (Adam Cheeseman, Elaine Aucoin & Serge Dupuis, Chair-Sabine Dietz)
10:35 AM- Naturalized storm-water management pond (Jamie Burke & Dwayne Acton)
11:05 AM- Walk/carpool to storm-water pond
11:15 AM- Site tour for storm water pond (Jamie Burke & Dwayne Acton)
12:00 PM- Return to the Sackville Commons
12:10 PM- Lunch
01:00 PM- Walk/carpool to rain garden
01:15 PM- Site tour for rain garden (Amanda Marlin & Kelli-Nicole Croucher)
02:00 PM- Return to the Sackville Commons
02:15 PM- Drive/carpool to Aulac
02:30 PM- Aulac Salt Marsh Restoration site visit (Jeff Ollerhead & Nic McLellan)
04:30 PM- Evaluations & Closing

To participate in this learning day, please visit the registration page

Thank you!

Funding provided by-Natural Resources Canada and New Brunswick Department of Environment and Local Government

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