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Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner applauds work of Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation and questions lack of government support

Tuesday, November 29th 2011 11:25:08am

Media Release

See below for page 122 of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario’s 2011/2012 Annual Report, Engaging Solutions, released on November 29, 2011 at the Ontario Legislature:



To view the entire Environmental Commissioner’s 2010/2011 Annual Report, Engaging Solutions, visit www.eco.on.ca

The Measuring Success on the Oak Ridges Moraine reports are available on the Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation's website: www.ormf.com.

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For more information contact:
Kim Gavine, Executive Director, Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation
905-833-5733 ext. 22 or (cell) 416-505-5405

The Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation (ORMF) is a non-profit organization mandated to preserve and enhance the Oak Ridges Moraine (Moraine). Originally established as a granting agency in 2002 following the implementation of the Provincial Government’s Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan (ORMCP), the ORMF has successfully provided funds to many different partners in support of stewardship, education, research, the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail and land securement projects.

While the ORMF’s granting role is currently suspended, it still has a pivotal role to play if the Moraine is to remain protected in the future. While plenty of positive work has been done on the Moraine over the last eight years, there are still outstanding goals that need to be met.