South Frontenac councillor named Vice-Chair of Conservation Ontario

Alan Revill, the new Vice-Chair of Conservation Ontario. Photo via Cataraqui Conservation.

There is a local connection to the newly-announced Board of Directors of Conservation Ontario. South Frontenac Councillor and current Chair of the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, Alan Revill, will once again assume the role of Vice-Chair on the Conservation Ontario Board.

“I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Conservation Ontario Board, and for the opportunity to represent not only our exceptional team at Cataraqui Conservation, but bring the voice of eastern Ontario conservation authorities to the table,” Revill said.

The appointment was made at Conservation Ontario’s recent virtual Annual General Meeting.

Conservation Ontario represents all 36 conservation authorities in the province, with a mission to “promote and continually strengthen a watershed-based conservation coalition in Ontario.”

It also advocates for conservation measures with the Ontario Government for things such as policy and program development, business development and partnerships, communications, education and training, collective corporate services, government relations and information management and research.

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