Date(s) - 07/02/2018
19 h 00 min - 20 h 00 min
Schnitzels European Flavours
The River Institute is excited to host Chloe Lajoie, Environmental Biologist and Natural Edge program leader from Watersheds Canada. Chloe is an outdoor enthusiast who has been studying and practicing Environmental Stewardship since 2009. She attended Nipissing University and graduated with an Honours Degree in Environmental Biology and Technology. As part of her program, she also attended Canadore College and completed the Environmental Technician – Protection and Compliance Program. While completing her studies, Chloe was able to take part in the Undergraduate Research Conference in 2013, presenting her thesis on the effects of Forest Tent Caterpillar outbreaks on Trembling Aspen. In the past, she has worked at Ferguson Forest Centre and Lake Superior Provincial Park.Chloe joined the team at Watersheds Canada in 2015 as a Stewardship Program Assistant. She will be focusing on the Natural Edge Program that works with landowners to restore shorelines.
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