Credit River watershed provides ecological services worth more than $371M annually

From Workcabin

Mississauga, ON — A new report by the Pembina Institute and Credit Valley Conservation found that the Credit River Watershed provides services worth more than $371 million to area residents each year.

“One of the key aspects of valuing ecological services is the idea that Mother Nature does for free what we would otherwise have to pay millions to do through technology and infrastructure,” said Jeff Wilson of Credit Valley Conservation, the agency responsible for management of the watershed.

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