Welcome to TREA - Thames Region Ecological Association
TREA’s main goal is to educate its members and community to protect the environment, stay informed and take personal action. We also have an entrepreneurial streak given that TREA encourages citizen participation and innovative projects from and for the community.
TREA`s New Board
TREA is welcoming the spring with a new Board of Directors resulting from the March AGM.
Peter Ferguson – President
Jim McKinna – Treasurer
Carter Eady – Secretary
Members at large – Caleigh Campbell, Noah Stokes, Ava Thompson, Gosse van Oosten
Planning will soon be underway to make 2021 a memorable year for TREA, now 35 years young.
TREA is supporting upcoming CAN-Bike courses with instructors and training space – to register follow up to firstname.lastname@example.org for details –
Wednesday Aug 11, 6:00-8:00 pm – Learn to Ride
Thursday Aug 12, 6:00-8:00 pm – CB2 (handling skills, basic traffic dynamics)
Sat/Sun Aug 14/15 full days – CB4 (advanced skills, also prerequisite for CB5)
Tuesday Aug 17, 6:00-8:00 pm – Learn to Ride
Tuesday Aug 31, 6:00-8:00 pm – CB2 (handling skills, basic traffic dynamics)
Thursday, Sept 2, 6:00-8:00 pm – Learn to Ride
TREA’s How-To Workshops: Take Personal Action on Climate Change
Our How to Workshops are wrapping up!
Recordings of all the workshop series will be shared on TREA’s YouTube channel as available
These workshop series are made attainable thanks to the support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
If you have any questions, please email TREA at email@example.com or call (519) 645 2845.
Every Child Matters
There is one important sharing this week, one that touches hearts and should add momentum on the need for truth and reconciliation between Canada and First Nations: news from BC about 215 children interred with no accountability for their passing and no marker for remembrance. We express our sympathy, and desire to see and take greater efforts on this and similar First Nation issues that must be acknowledged, and where Canada needs to create new pathways.