Greenland group holds futures workshop

On March 1, Greenlands Centre Wellington presents Designing our future commu­nity, the third in a series of annual workshops at the Sportsplex in Fergus from 8:30am to 3pm. Previous workshops have dealt with Visioning and Map­ping a Greenlands Future.
On March 1, map work created at last year’s workshop will be featured together with a new biophysical study of Cen­tre Wellington, funded by the township. Sean Kelly, from the School of Environmental De­sign and Rural Development at the Ontario College of Agriculture will lead workshop participants through a series of exercises specific to Centre Wellington. 
By looking at opportunities and constraints, the workshop participants will begin to create guidelines for future de­vel­opment.
The work­shop will be inter­active, involving all aspects of our community in the process. This is a local opportunity to shape our community.
Kelly, a resident of Centre Wellington, is an interna­tion­ally recognized leader in the planning of environmentally sensitive recreational areas.  His project designs allow a bal­ance between development with an acknowledgement of preserving environmental rich­ness.
Admission of $20 in­cludes coffee and lunch. All  are welcome.
Register at www.­green­ or direct ques­tions to green­landscw­@­gmail.­com.