How do coastal processes work and how can I protect my shoreline from erosion while maintaining the health of the Lake Huron ecosystem?


Do you live along Lake Huron's shoreline? Have you experienced erosion, are concerned about the lake level, or want to learn more about coastal ecosystems?  These evenings will feature knowledgeable coastal scientists who will be able to provide more information about these phenomenons, and what you can do to make sure your property is resilient to changes.


Tuesday February 25th, 2020    6:30pm - 9:00pm
Miller Insurance New Seniors Room
Davidson Centre
601 Durham St. Kincardine ON
Location: South entrance on new addition side, first room on the left.



Wednesday February 26th, 2020    6:30pm - 9:00pm
Bruce Gallery Room
Bruce County Museum
33 Victoria St. N. Southampton, ON

Location: Main entrance, up the stairs to the second floor and to the left.


Robin Davidson-Arnott


Author of Introduction to Coastal Processes and Geomorphology and Professor Emeritus from the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics at the University of Guelph. Robin will talk about the natural coastal processes that shape our shoreline on Lake Huron, while providing a synopsis about how these processes affect those living along our coast.

Hannah Cann M.Es


Coastal Stewardship Coordinator at the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation, Hannah has spent the past 3 years working on the Lake Huron Coastal Action Plan. Hannah will discuss 'green' options we can adopt on our coastal properties to protect ourselves from storm surges and climate changes, save ourselves money, and improve coastal habitats in the process!

Pete Zuzek

President of Zuzek Inc., Pete is a Coastal Geoscientist with 25 years of experience working on consulting assignments across the coastal regions of the world. Zuzek Inc. is dedicated to increasing the health and resilience of the world's coastal communities and ecosystems by managing complex multidisciplinary investigations on coastal erosion and flooding, risk assessments, coastal zone planning, shoreline management plan development, water quality investigations, habitat protection and restoration, living shorelines and climate change adaptation.

Conservation Authority Representative

To Be Announced

Partners and Sponsors


Collaboration makes everything better! Co-hosting this event are many dedicated and knowledgeable partners.






These events have generously been sponsored by:

The Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation

76 Courthouse Square, Goderich, Ontario, Canada N7A 1M6

Coastal Centre Office: (226) 421-3029 | Email:

Charitable Registration Number: 872138938 RR0001

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