Town of Erin in talks with Indigenous group on land use – Orangeville.com

Town of Erin in talks with Indigenous group on land use – Orangeville.com

by ahnationtalk on September 17, 202139 Views

September 17, 2021

Project to cost $10 million, take a minimum of five years to complete

A non-profit environmental organization will transform a gravel pit in Erin into usable land.

The Earth Healing Foundation is in talks with the Town of Erin to determine the best use of the land at 9516 Side Road 27, once restored.

“The town regularly consults with Indigenous communities when projects are being completed by the town,” said Nick Colucci, Erin’s director of infrastructure services.

The cost of this project is about $10 million. The Métis People of Canada are financing this project. It will take a minimum of five years to restore this gravel pit.

Read More: https://www.orangeville.com/news-story/10478260-town-of-erin-in-talks-with-indigenous-group-on-land-use/

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