Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tag: watersheds

Coors Seltzer contributes to Mimico Creek Habitat Restoration Project

In its second year on shelves in Canada, Coors Seltzer will more than double its last year's water restoration goals, committing to support a portfolio of...

Brewing up support in Kawartha Conservation’s watershed

This is a story about people and community. And like many good stories, this one starts over a beer or two. Located 90 minutes north-east...

RDN providing Stewardship Seed Funding for watershed projects

The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) is now accepting applications for community-level projects that monitor, restore or enhance regional watercourses. The Drinking Water &...

B.C. securing watersheds for a stronger future

Victoria–Climate change and extreme weather events are strengthening the call for protection and restoration of B.C.’s watersheds to ensure healthy ecosystems support communities with...

New watershed management plan released for Shediac Bay watershed

A new watershed management plan has been released by a technical working group for the Shediac Bay watershed in New Brunswick. The plan’s purpose is...

New project maps hydrologically significant areas in Red Deer River watershed

A new project led by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in partnership with the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance (RDRWA) has mapped hydrologically...

Research reveals B.C.’s watershed sector is a jobs powerhouse

The full economic impact of B.C.'s watershed sector has been mapped for the first time, revealing that the sector currently contributes 47,900 jobs and...

ALUS partnerships for watershed evaluation in Lake Erie

ALUS, a leading Canadian association working on natural solutions for farmers and ranchers, recently announced that with the support of partners it will be...

British Columbia Invests in Watershed and Wetland Initiatives

Through StrongerBC: BC’s Economic Recovery Plan, $27 million has been dedicated to about 70 watershed and wetland initiatives to ensure B.C.’s water stays healthy...

Conservation Ontario Recommends Removing Schedule 6 from Bill 229

Conservation Ontario (CO) recommends the Province of Ontario remove Schedule 6, which amends the Conservation Authorities Act and the Planning Act, from the proposed...

Latest News