Landform Permanence refers to the preservation of natural structures such as rivers, lakes, moraines and hills in urban environments.
For example, in Halton Region, Landform Permanence refers to the need to permanently protect landforms such as the Trafalgar Moraine, which:
- contains the headwaters for six creeks in Oakville
- filters local drinking water
- provides habitat for a wide variety of plant, fish and animal species