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Well Workshop - FREE

FREE Well Workshop for Private LandownersClearing the trail.
Tuesday, May 30th
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Enniskillen Conservation Area, Clarington

FREE - Online Registration

Landowners in Durham Region who use a well for their water supply are invited to join Central Lake Ontario Conservation staff at the Enniskillen Conservation Area Education Centre for a workshop on the art and science of managing your well.  The workshop is FREE (registration required) and will be held on Tuesday May 30th 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Enniskillen Conservation Area is located at 7274 Holt Road, in Clarington.

The workshop will provide participants with hands-on opportunities to explore the workings of a real well pumping systems, treatment and how to monitor water levels, test water quality and learn about our water treatment system.  The workshop will be led by CLOCA staff with local water treatment and well drilling experts and the Durham Region Health Department providing actual demonstrations. All participants will receive a FREE Know Your Well kit. Complete with printed materials, a make and take well water measuring tool, water bottle samples, green cleaning and water conservation and protection products.  A portion of the workshop will be outdoors so please dress for the weather.  Light refreshments will be provided and   registration is required.  

“A safe and reliable water supply is an important aspect of Central Lake Ontario Conservation’s core business,” says Perry Sisson, Director of Engineering and Operations.  With an estimated 7,500 private wells in our jurisdiction alone, the risks associated with contaminating groundwater resources through improper well management are significant.  We want to make sure landowners have the tools to be good stewards of their water and comfortable with the tasks required to maintain and manage their wells and conserve water around the home and farm. ” 

This event is FREE, however participants are asked to register in advance.  Online registration is available or contact the Conservation Office at (905) 579-0411, ext. 126.

Thank You - Central Lake Ontario Conservation would like to express our appreciation to the Region of Durham Health Department and Eades Well Drilling for supporting this workshop.   

 

 

Healthy watersheds for today and tomorrow.

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