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SNC chairman looks forward to anniversary bash
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Conservation Authority (SNC). Also acclaimed for another year’s termon the board executive was François St-Amour, mayor ofThe Nation, as SNC vice-chairman. He also sits as one of the representatives for the United Counties of Prescott-Russell to the SNC board. Past-chairman Bill Smirle also continues in his post on the SNC board. During his brief acceptance speech, Chairman Thompson noted several hi- ghlights for the SNC during the past year. He cited the work agency staff have put in on creating better public awareness about the role and work of the SNC through several pu-
blic presentations beforemunicipal councils of communities within the South Nation River watershed region, and also efforts to strengthen the SNC’s links to communities through its advisory programs for landhol- ders and projects dealing with conservation issues and wildlife studies. “We have also had increased land dona- tions and acquisitions over the past year,” Thompson said, adding that the recent additions to the SNC’s own managed land holdings will help with agency efforts to maintain an ecologically-adequate forest cover for the watershed.
DougThompson is in the chair for another year as executive head of the SouthNation Conservation Authority. Whichmeans he can look forward to presiding over the start of next year’s anniversary celebration for the regional conservation group. “I think the excitement is growing as we continue to look forward next year to our 70th anniversary,” saidThompson, following his reacclamation during the March 17 an- nual general meeting of the South Nation
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