GUELPH POLITICAST #96 – June Hofland on the Lafarge Site

What was once an oasis from urban sprawl, a developed piece of land that nature had reclaimed from a century of industry, is once again a big empty field ready for construction. For over a decade, the area residents that enjoyed this natural space, and its tress and trails, have been dreading this moment, and the journey is far from over. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #96 – June Hofland on the Lafarge Site”