Explore the history of Hamilton’s Chedoke watershed and the current challenges of pollution through the perspectives of story, science and service
Over the past decades, significant efforts have gone into restoring Cootes Paradise to its original wetland, in hopes that plants, fish, birds and other wildlife may thrive and flourish. But Cootes Paradise still suffers from the stress of pollution. The Chedoke watershed is polluted as it drains through urban Hamilton into Cootes Paradise.
Hear the rest of the Chedoke watershed story on March 31 as told by:
- Local author and poet John Terpstra
- Dr. Darren Brouwer and Dr. Edward Berkelaar, Redeemer University College
- Tys Thysmeyer, Royal Botanical Gardens
- Mark Bainbridge, City of Hamilton
- Alan Hansell, Stewards of Cootes Watershed