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Bradford councillor appointed vice chair of NVCA

Jonathan Scott named to conservation authority's 2024 board of directors last week
Jonathan Scott and Gail Little have been acclaimed vice-chair and chair, respectively, of the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority's board of directors.

UTOPIA - Last Friday, Gail Little, deputy mayor for the Township of Amaranth; and Jonathan Scott, councillor for the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury were acclaimed to lead the 2024 Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) Board of Directors as chair and vice chair.

“I’m honoured to carry on as the chair of the 2024 NVCA Board of Directors,” said Little. “Staff at NVCA are dedicated, passionate and knowledgeable about protecting and enhancing the rivers, streams, forests, groundwater and wetlands in the Nottawasaga Watershed. I look forward to working with my fellow board members to support the work that this amazing group people does in coming year.”

A healthy watershed supports resident’s health, homes, farms businesses and drinking water. NVCA works with many partners, funders and volunteers to maintain a healthy Nottawasaga Watershed. They also lead efforts in restoring rivers, wetlands, forests and grasslands, as well as inspiring youth to protect our environment.

“Friday was a day to celebrate the hard work that NVCA’s staff did in the past year to protect our local environment, fight climate change and protect our natural heritage,” said Scott. “I look forward to working with our board members to ensure this work continues to be a priority in the Nottawasaga Watershed.”

To learn about NVCA’s accomplishments, watch this Year in Review video.