Removal of the Hogansburg Dam: Restoring Nature and Culture on the St. Regis River

October 27, 2017 at 12:15 pm Leave a comment

Wednesday, November 1 at 700 p.m. at Schnitzels European Flavours Science and Nature on Tap is pleased to welcome to Cornwall, Tony David, Water Resources Manager for the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe who spearheaded the successful efforts to remove the 330-foot-long Hogansburg Dam. The removal of the Hogansburg Dam in the fall of September 2016 was a triumph of spirit, ingenuity, and collaboration, restoring a natural water course that had been impacted by decades of industrial control.  Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about a unique project that is restoring nature and culture on the St. Regis River. Science and Nature on Tap Sessions are free of charge  but space is limited. If you would like more information or to reserve a seat please call (613) 936-6620 or e-mail Coordinator Karen Cooper at kcooper@riverinstitute.ca or visit http://www.riverinstitute.ca.

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