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Highway 10 Ecological connectivity plan : why and how?

On September 12, Appalachian Corridor launched its ambitious Highway 10 Ecological Connectivity Plan which targets the optimal wildlife developments to be planned in order to restore the ecological connectivity of the natural environments located on both sides of the A10, between kilometers 74 (Granby) and 121 (Magog).

Want to hear more about this plan?

Attend this conference to understand what the Plan proposes in concrete terms and why it would be so beneficial for connectivity, wildlife, as well as for the safety of the many users of Highway 10.

Experts from Appalachian Corridor, who have been working on this project for the past 10 years, will be on hand to explain what the Plan proposes and why it is so important to take action.