Daces: Durham Area Citizens for Endangered Species

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Organized under the name “DURHAM AREA CITIZENS FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES” (DACES) , these citizens, with the support of the municipality (which is a declared “non-willing host” for IWTs) have stalled a company called NextEra from industrializing their community.

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Wynne Government Throws Endangered Species Under the Bus? Agricultural Land, Wind Power, Endangered Species, Durham, Proposal, Ontario, Toronto, The Neighbourhood, March

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For years, the citizens of Durham, in the municipality of West Grey, have opposed the installation of Industrial Wind Turbines (IWTs) in their residential neighbourhoods and on valuable agricultural land. Organized under the name “D.A.C.E.S. (DURHAM AREA CITIZENS FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES)”, these citizens, with the support of the municipality (which is a declared “non-willing host” for IWTs) have caught up a wind company from industrializing their community. Casualties of industrial wind

I am a little fish and I live quite happily around the Saugeen River & the Great Lakes.  My name is Redside Dace because I have a red stripe on both my sides.  At one time the Ontario government used lots of taxpayer dollars to study me, because, you see, I am endangered. So is my habitat; the rivers and streams where I live. Look as you may, pretty soon I may not be around.   I would be most grateful if you could help save me! Little Fish, One Time, Endangered Species, Great Lakes, Durham, Rivers, Ontario, Grateful, Study

Redside Daces

I am a little fish and I live quite happily around the Saugeen River & the Great Lakes. My name is Redside Dace because I have a red stripe on both my sides. At one time the Ontario government used lots of taxpayer dollars to study me, because, you see, I am endangered. So is my habitat; the rivers and streams where I live. Look as you may, pretty soon I may not be around. I would be most grateful if you could help save me!

Wynne Government Throws Endangered Species Under the Bus? Agricultural Land, Wind Power, Endangered Species, Durham, Proposal, Ontario, Toronto, The Neighbourhood, March

Wynne Government Throws Endangered Species Under the Bus?

DACES Media Release TORONTO, March 18, 2015 Tomorrow Ontario’s Divisional Court will hear arguments on the role of government in protecting endangered species. Previously, if a project could harm a species or its habitat government officials normally reviewed the proposal. Now it appears the Wynne government may be saying developers will decide what, if any,…

West Grey, Durham is host to many such species and their habitat. Specifically, it is home to the habitat of an endangered fish species called Redside Dace (RSD). Donate to save their habitat. Endangered Fish, Endangered Species, Take Action, Durham, How To Raise Money, Habitats, Acting, Events, Grey

West Grey, Durham is host to many such species and their habitat. Specifically, it is home to the habitat of an endangered fish species called Redside Dace (RSD). Donate to save their habitat.

– Save Our Redside Dace Fish Endangered Species, Durham, Fish

Redside Dace Rogers Local

Dr. Mark Poesch redside dace research highlighted on Rogers Local.

A map where Redside Dace minnow can be found in Ontario, Canada. Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Endangered Species, Durham, Ontario, Canada, Map, Animals, Animales

Redside Dace Fish Endangered Species

A map where Redside Dace minnow can be found in Ontario, Canada.

Hello Wind Friends, Our Judicial Review has officially been filed at the Divisional Court in Brampton, Ontario. We are ready to GO! Read the document for yourself. You needn't set aside hours to pick through it because it's short and sweet. But POWERFUL. Click here for the Notice of Application to Divisional Court for Judicial… Judicial Review, Superior Court, Endangered Species, Ready To Go, Durham, Ontario, Reading, Friends, Sweet

Judicial Review To Save Endangered Species Redside Dace

Hello Wind Friends, Our Judicial Review To Save Endangered Species Redside Dace has officially been filed at the Divisional Court in Brampton, Ontario. We are ready to GO! Read the document for yourself. You needn't set aside hours to pick through it because it's short and sweet. But POWERFUL. Click here for the Notice of…

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