|The bicycle version of the OPIRG display|
|MPP McMeekin visited to show support|
|RBG’s David Galbraith, with Dundas legend Joanna Chapman|
|Julie Gordon volunteered to staff our table
and make butterfly art-buttons
We had a great time networking with other environmental groups in air conditioned comfort of the airforce club in beautiful Dundas Ontario.
Our button maker was a big attraction, and it was great to have volunteer help from Julie to create buttons from magazine images.
We’re happy to support the Cootes to Escarpment eco-park as they seek to secure lands to protect from development that would degrade the natural corridors and biodiversity.
Read more about the C2E park here: http://www.cootestoescarpmentpark.ca/