Our climate is changing, and we are experiencing warmer, wetter and wilder weather. There are things we can do to better prepare ourselves for unpredictable rainstorms and risk of flooding to increase our resiliency.
Join Sasha Benevides, Community Outreach Coordinator, Conservation Halton to learn about how nature-based solutions, also known as Low Impact Development (LID), can help. Sasha will highlight how you can work with nature to manage rain on your property through rain barrels, rain gardens, native plants, downspout disconnection, permeable pavement and more.
- Thursday, March 30, 2023
- 7 to 8 p.m.
- Register to receive the free Zoom link
- Prizes available
Hosted by Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee and City of Burlington.
For further information, please visit getinvolvedburlington.ca/crb.
Did you know?
City Council approved Climate Resilient Burlington: A Plan for Adapting to Our Warmer, Wetter and Wilder Weather in July 2022. For more information, check out the project page at getinvolvedburlington.ca/crb, burlington.ca/climatechange, and/or the climate impacts story map.
About Conservation Halton
Conservation Halton was established more than 60 years ago to protect our communities from flooding and erosion, and to manage and restore the natural resources of the watershed. To help residents manage rainwater at home, Conservation Halton offers workshops for both residents and businesses or organizations along with funding opportunities to help reduce or eliminate stormwater runoff from flowing into municipal sewer systems and local creeks.
About Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee
The Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee advises and assists City Council on matters related to sustainable development, responsible resource use and conservation practices. They promote the principles and objectives of sustainable development and host public events.