The Lake Erie Region Source Protection Committee has the responsibility to develop source protection plans and report on implementation.
The committee oversees work in four Source Protection Areas (watersheds): Catfish Creek, Grand River, Kettle Creek and Long Point Region.
The committee meets about four times a year.
The committee adopted a Rules of Procedure, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policy.
The meetings are open to the public. Section 32 explains the process for a member of the public to address the committee.
Most meetings are held at the head office of the Grand River Conservation Authority, 400 Clyde Rd., Cambridge. (Map)
The committee has 24 members who represent those with a stake in drinking water issues:
The Ontario government appoints the chair. The chair's position is currently vacant. The acting chair is Wendy Wright Cascaden, a public interest representative who was elected chair by the committee members.
Three non-voting, advisory members also participate in committee meetings: