Healthy Lake Huron Clean Water, Clean Beaches

Part of an information series on managing water, running off of land during storm events, as part of the Rural Stormwater Management Model (RSWMM) Project. This is a shorter version (five minutes) of a video overview of the project.

Healthy Lake Huron Clean Water, Clean Beaches

Healthy Lake Huron - Clean Water, Clean Beaches is a concerted effort to address nuisance algae concerns and to promote safe and clean beaches and shorelines from Sarnia to Tobermory.

Five key watersheds have been identified as priorities for immediate action.  This group is now working together with local partners to develop and support the implementation of watershed management plans, with specific targeted actions, as well as monitoring and research, for each priority area.

More about who Healthy Lake Huron is

Community volunteers help fight Phragmites

The invasive European Common Reed, or Phragmites, is Canada's 'worst invasive plant species' but volunteers along the Lake Huron shoreline are helping to fight it.


The Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association (BPBA) continues to work with community volunteers and other partners to fight 'Canada's worst invasive plant.'
Help keep Lake Huron healthy and clean


Centre Ipperwash Beach Shoreline Cleanup

The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority (SCRCA) invites you to keep Lake Huron clean by taking part in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup at Centre Ipperwash Beach on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Shoreline cleanups for Lake Huron are coming up - including May 26 events in Sarnia and Sauble Beach.


Shoreline cleanups along Lake Huron

You are invited to help keep Lake Huron beaches and water clean by attending upcoming shoreline cleanups in your area - including Sarnia and Sauble Beach.