We have some very important events coming up we want to share with you: our 2015 Annual General Meeting, the fast-approaching deadline to submit comments to the Environment Bill of Rights (EBR) about Nestlé's proposal to purchase the Middlebrook well in Elora, and two upcoming events.
Why Engagement Organizing is the way-to-go to Safeguard our Source Water
Wellington Water Watchers Annual General Meeting (AGM)
Tuesday November 17, 2015, 7:00 pm
Red Papaya, Guelph
Guest Speaker: Lindsay Telfer, Freshwater Alliance
Whether you are an existing member, a volunteer or a concerned citizen of our watershed we welcome you to this year’s Annual General Meeting. Enjoy refreshments, hear an update about our organization and have an opportunity to have your voice heard on matters moving forward.
You can also renew your membership online. It's easy and only $10. This gives you voting rights at our AGM and enables us to continue making a positive difference in our community. Click here to become a member.
Join our Board
The Wellington Water Watchers is searching for interested volunteers to fill vacancies on our Board for a three (3) year term. We are currently seeking applicants for one (1) position of Member-at-large.
If you feel a calling to join our team please read the member-at-large document above, and let us know by sending an email or inquiries to [email protected].
November 15 Deadline to Submit Technical Comments for Elora's Middlebrook Well
National Farmers Union - November 11, 2015
Wellington Water Watchers' Chair, Mike Nagy, will be speaking to the National Farmers Union at Alma Bible Church, November 11th at 7pm, along with Libby Carlaw and Donna McCaw of SaveOurWater.ca. This event has been organized in order to discuss threats to water by commodification, commercialization and trade deals.
The Wellington Water Watchers’ Board of Directors