WWF hosting Council of Canadians founder

Wayne Brooksbank, a retired farmer on Countryview Line, holds up a cloudy water sample rife with sediment and a clogged filter that stops particles one micron and over from entering his tap water after pile. Brooksbank is the North Kent Wind 1 project area.

Council of Canadians founder and National Chairperson Maude Barlow will be in Chatham this Sunday, Sept. 24 to speak to the public about water well issues in Chatham-Kent.

The author, activist and environmental speaker will be at the Countryview Golf Course from 10:30 a.m. to noon, along with Corinne Tooshkenig of Walpole Island and Lucy De Fraeye, a private well owner experiencing well issues in the North Kent Wind project area in north Chatham-Kent.

The public is welcome to attend the event, which is hosted by Water Wells First.




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