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January 2023-December 2024

Upper Great Lakes Community Ecosystem Monitoring

This project builds on the networks and approaches that contributed to the success of a recipient pilot project at Garden River First Nation, funded primarily by Round 1 of the Great Lakes Local Action Fund (information here).  This project partners with 15 organizations to deliver programming to the broader Algoma Region community, focusing on the creation of community-based water quality monitoring programs at Missanabie Cree First Nation and in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (contributing to the St. Marys River Area of Concern).


This project is funded primarily by the Government of Ontario (Great Lakes Local Action Fund).  Additional funding was provided by NSERC PromoScience and the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation.  Partners and collaborators also support the project in various ways.


Studying the Sacred: Water is Life

Our team was invited to contribute to a webinar series, The Value of Water in Canada, hosted by The Water Institute at University of Waterloo.  Our talk, Studying the Sacred: Water is Life, is available for viewing online, and slides are available for download here.

May 15, 2024

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Volunteer training slide deck (Sault Ste. Marie Water Rangers Task Team)

Version 2 of our in-person volunteer training (Part 2 of the mandatory training).

April 2024

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Volunteer handbook (Sault Ste. Marie Water Rangers Task Team)

Version 2 of our volunteer handbook (used alongside mandatory training).

March 2024

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