Green Infrastructure Champions Workshop

Tuesday, June 25 2019, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM [EST]

150 Queen Street South, Caledon, ON, L7E 1B3, Canada

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Tuesday, June 25 2019, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM [EST]

Albion Bolton Community Centre (Town of Caledon), 150 Queen Street South, Caledon, ON, L7E 1B3, Canada.

Green Infrastructure Champions Workshop – Ontario

Theme: Green Infrastructure Asset Management

Studies have shown that Natural features, or Natural Assets, provide a suite of benefits including recreation, health and well-being, stormwater management, carbon sequestration, air quality regulation, water supply, habitat restoration, etc. These natural features fall under municipal jurisdiction and need a way to be accounted for in Asset Management Planning.

The Green Infrastructure Champions Program, in partnership with Asset Management Ontario (AMOntario) and the Town of Caledon, is hosting a one-day workshop for Ontario municipalities to explore the following objectives:


·       Learn from local experts experienced in Green Infrastructure (Natural Asset) Asset Management Planning, Monitoring and Valuation.

·       Gain insight into how planning for natural assets can be integrated with asset management planning as per O.Reg. 588/17 requirements.

·       Learn how green infrastructure (GI) and natural asset management practices support stormwater risk reduction and resiliency efforts.

·                 Learn about the Green Infrastructure Champions Program and opportunities to receive technical assistance through mentoring network and mini-grant program.




Christopher Chen

Asset Management Ontario (AMONTario) is a centre of excellence and innovation for public sector asset management across the Province of Ontario. It is a multi-disciplinary community of practice for public infrastructure stewards to strengthen asset management capabilities through practices that align international standards, regulatory requirements, and best practices to optimize public services.