Brent Clutterbuck is a drainage superintendent and farmer and resides in a rural community near Fingal in the Kettle Creek watershed. He represents the municipalities of Elgin County on the Source Protection Committee. Mr. Clutterbuck attained his Honours Diploma from Ridgetown College of Agriculture 1983 and is currently employed as the Drainage Superintendent for the Township of Southwold. He is a member of the Drainage Superintendents Association of Ontario and is responsible for maintaining, repairing and co-ordinating the construction of municipal drains. He has worked frequently with local Conservation Authorities and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Mr. Clutterbuck is actively involved in agriculture, farming 800 acres, part of which is in the lower Thames watershed, and is aware of the importance of water quality first hand as he uses well water for his drinking water. Past and current committee involvement includes the CURB program (Clean Up Rural Beaches), Environmental Farm Plan, Elgin Stewardship Council, Elgin Landscape Strategy, Elgin Woodlot Owners, Elgin Soil and Crop Association, Elgin Agriculture in the Classroom, Elgin Farm Safety Association, Friends of the Lower Kettle Creek, St. Thomas Elgin Water Festival, and the Caring for Nature in Elgin Fact Sheet. Brent is a Scouter with 1st Shedden and has coached minor hockey, softball and soccer. He is also Captain of the Southwold Volunteer Fire Department.