Skip to: Site menu  |  Main content



A Soft Path Strategy for Fergus-Elora, Ontario

Date Published: 2011

Full Reference:

Maas, C., and S. Porter-Bopp, 2011. A Soft Path Stragegy for Fergus-Elora, Ontario. Victoria: POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, University of Victoria.


This water soft path case study was initiated by the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) in partnership with the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, the Township of Centre Wellington (TCW), the Elora Environment Centre, and the University of Waterloo. The recommended approach for Fergus-Elora is to “use the same water tomorrow we use today,” which will accommodates all future population and economic growth to 2040, and beyond, using the same amount of water used in 2008.

To download PDF files of the technical appendices and an associated residential water-use survey for Fergus-Elora, click here.

Download the full version: fergus-elora_water_soft_path_strategy.pdf

Download file: Read Article

Page last updated: 01/14/2013