"Eventually all things merge into one, and a river runs through it"
- Norman Maclean
Save The Date:
Lunch and Learn
Mon January 16, 2017 Noon to 1:30
Join us for lunch at the Orillia Public Library and learn about Aquatic Invasive Species from Brook Schryer of the Ontario Invasive Plant Council. Read more...
Water Team Potluck and Yearly Review
Wed. Feb 22, 2017 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Our second annual gathering for water team members will be held at the Langman Sanctuary Education Centre. Details to follow.
Deputation to City of Orillia Environmental Advisory Committee
Many of you have been to Fittons Creek in Grant Wetland, and know about the high Nitrate-Nitrogen levels we have recorded at this site. Read more...
The length of Canada's rivers could circle the globe 400 times.
The extensive un-dammed rivers of Canada's boreal region are the last refuge for many of the world's ocean-going migratory fish, including half the remaining population of Canada's Atlantic salmon.
While the rivers and lakes of Northern Canada are mostly healthy, 9 in 10 Canadians live in the south and it is here that our waters are most threatened. Canada has an abundance of clean fresh water, but most of it is in the north and is inaccessible to us. Read more...