Blue Mountain & Blue Waters Field Studies
Join us on a tree top walk as we explore Ontario's Niagara Escarpment, which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Search for tribolites on the shores of Nottawasaga Bay in Craigleith Provincial Park and explore Scenic Caves.
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Friday May 2nd 2014
Royal Harbour Resort, 1 Harbour Street, Thornbury Ontario
Members $140 conference fee + HST Includes: lunch, transportation, and all activity fees.
You must be a current paid member of OAGEE to attend conference. Please ensure that you include membership (Individual, Department, Student, etc.) if you are not a current member. Not sure if your membership has expired? No problem! Login @ www.oagee.org and click the View Your Account button in the bottom left corner of the page. Note: it may be necessary to login twice.
Registration: 8:00 am Welcome: 8:30 am
Niagara Escarpment Commission Protecting the Biosphere?
Craigleigh Provincial Park Oil Shale and Fossils
Impact of Glaciation on the Niagara Escarpment and
End: 4:00 pm
NOTE: We will be hiking through various terrains and participating in an eco-adventure. You must wear running shoes or hiking boots in order to participate in the scenic cave activities.
A Geographers' Blues Fest!
|OAGEE RATES||1 night||2 nights|
|2 Bedroom (sleeps 4-6)||$144||$288|
|Efficiency (sleeps 2-4)||$105||$210|
For more information please contact:
Sue Hotte firstname.lastname@example.org 905-932-1646