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

Beach cleanup honoured mother's son

Photo by Jack Pal. Brandon J. Lemieux Memorial Beach Cleanup in Bayfield, Ontario, Canada on September 16, 2017.

2017-09-22

Brandon Lemieux loved to walk along the beach and he helped to keep the beach clean. He passed away on September 16, 2016. Brandon’s mother, Susan, wished to honour her son’s memory through the beach cleanup. The local community answered her call.
Thanks to these volunteers who care about their beach and their Lake Huron water!

2017-09-15

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup on Lambton Shores

Volunteers combed about 2.5 kilometres (km) of the beach and volunteers collected and removed nearly 10 kilograms (kg) of garbage.
Soil Health pioneer Don Lobb shares importance of soil at dunes, soil workshop.

2017-09-15

Importance of protecting dunes, soil shared

The importance of protecting dunes and soil health was shared by two knowledgeable presenters at Dunes and Gardens Workshop.