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Pamela Strong and Gaelen Pierce, RPP

Pamela Strong has a Bachelor’s degree in Ecology from the University of Guelph. She has been working for the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority since 2004; currently as an Integrated Watershed Management Specialist. Throughout her career at the conservation authority, she has developed numerous watershed and subwatershed plans and strategies, watershed report cards, monitoring reports, and contributed to the Assimilative Capacity Study for the Lake Simcoe and Nottawasaga River watersheds. She is now working toward the implementation of recommendations made through the authority’s subwatershed plans; including activities related to the authority’s salt management plan and key performance indicator reporting.


Gaelen is a policy planner and project manager in the Planning Services department at the Town of Innisfil. His current focus is undertaking numerous special planning projects, including the redesign of Innisfil’s premiere urban park, urban forest management plan, and placemaking strategy.

In his previous role as a development planner, Gaelen helped shape attractive, healthy, and lively
destinations throughout Innisfil.