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Invitation: Ready, Set, Go! Using Gamification to Advance Community Resilience

Invitation:

 

Ready, Set, Go! Using Gamification to Advance Community Resilience

Monday February 24th, 2014

10:30am – 12:45pm

 

Objective: Citizen engagement in and behavior change for sustainability can be difficult. This workshop will explore the use of games to improve stakeholder engagement and motivate action on building climate change resilience. Participants will engage in two distinct games and learn how they can be applied in other settings. The workshop agenda is attached.

 

Registration: There is no cost to attend but seats are limited. Register today at 

Water Watchers, Please Take a moment now to Vote!

Greetings Water Watchers!

We have recently submitted 3 project ideas to The Elevator Project – a dynamic process that involves lots of people in generating and supporting innovative ideas that will make Guelph even more amazing!

Check out all of the incredible projects happening in Guelph!  Please take a moment to vote on the ideas that you want to have move forward – it is only open for votinguntil Feb 9th so move fast.

See the project list here: http://theelevatorproject.ca/shop/

Vote for your top …

The Ideas are in! Have your say February 5-9th

The Ideas are in! Have your say February 5-9th

The Elevator Project is off to a remarkable start with over 50 ideas to make Guelph a better place submitted by “Idea Makers” into the “Idea Bank”.

“The response has been overwhelmingly positive.” Says Community …

Art Sale and Auction, with Proceeds to Wellington Water Watchers

Original Art auction & Sale !

Works by former “Funky Mama “  Alicia Miecznikowski

Date: Sunday Dec. 15th 2013

Time: noon- 4

Location: 49 Glasgow St. N ,Guelph

A portion of the proceeds will  be donated to Wellington Water Watchers to help educate children regarding local and global water issues

Contact: alicia miecznikowski

(519) 822-2945

 

 

 

Heritage River Survey

Background

The year 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the designation of the Grand River and its major tributaries (Speed, Eramosa, Nith and Conestogo) as Canadian Heritage Rivers.

As a requirement for maintaining this special status, the GRCA on behalf of watershed municipalities and residents, is responsible for submitting a 20-Year Monitoring Report to the Canadian Heritage Rivers Board. This report will note changes, additions and losses to the human heritage and recreation features and values which …

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