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  • Protecting water in Garvey-Glenn Watershed

    The Garvey-Glenn Watershed Project began in 2011 and aims to research and demonstrate how to best create a watershed that is resilient to the impacts of climate change.
    Posted: Friday, October 19, 2018


  • Planning for safe swimming in 2019

    Recent warm weather meant some people were swimming in Lake Huron in October. As you plan time on Lake Huron in 2019, don't forget to visit your local public health sites. Sign up for their social media feeds to learn about safe swimming practices.
    Posted: Monday, October 15, 2018


  • Water, water everywhere but ...

    People are funny. They often take for granted the most precious things that lie right under their noses. Take water for example ... (read on) ...
    Posted: Friday, September 28, 2018


  • Survey on beach, dune grasses

    Researchers at University of Waterloo invite you to take part in survey about beach and dune grasses.
    Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2018


  • Stormwater Stroll - Bayfield self-guided tour

    A new, self-guided tour of Bayfield - called the Stormwater Stroll, was unveiled on a day dedicated to loving our Great Lakes.
    Posted: Tuesday, September 4, 2018


  • Community volunteers help fight Phragmites

    The Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association (BPBA) continues to work with community volunteers and other partners to fight 'Canada's worst invasive plant.'
    Posted: Friday, May 11, 2018


  • New soil health strategy to help protect water

    “Healthy soil has many economic and environmental benefits including improved crop growth, yield and quality, water and nutrient retention, resilience, biodiversity, and climate change adaptation and mitigation,” according to the Executive Summary.
    Posted: Wednesday, May 2, 2018


  • Watershed Report Cards report on water quality

    Conservation authorities along Lake Huron's southeast shore - along with conservation authorities across Ontario - have released updated new Watershed Report Cards. Conservation authorities prepare the report cards every five years.
    Posted: Tuesday, April 24, 2018


  • Author's new book shares potential for healthier soil future

    David R. Montgomery is a geologist and professor who spoke along Lake Huron's southeast shore. The author sounds a little more optimistic these days about the current and future prospects for maintaining and improving soil health.
    Posted: Friday, October 20, 2017


  • Huron County continues to support landowner work to protect water

    Huron County landowners, community groups have completed more than 2,236 water-quality projects with support of Huron Clean Water Project
    Posted: Friday, April 28, 2017





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