Prof. Nathan Perkins sees the impact of development on greenspaces from above in his gyroplane

Posted on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Development in southern Ontario is encroaching on rural green spaces, including the Guelph area.  South end Guelph's Preservation Park has been increasingly pressed in on all sides by residential and industrial development. A growing population around the green space means more people tramping through it.

In the warmer seasons, people flock to natural spaces such as the Elora Gorge in Centre Wellington, but they tend to leave unnatural evidence of their visits that are environmentally damaging  and unsightly.

See full article in the Guelph Mercury.

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