Posted on Living Lakes Canada site April 4, 2019 by Nicole Trigg

The recommendations are the outcome of the national roundtable discussion convened in November, 2018 by Living Lakes Canada, WWF-Canada and The Gordon Foundation. All three organizations engage with Community-Based Water Monitoring (CBWM) in different ways and are committed to advancing collaborative and evidence-based water stewardship across Canada.

The Roundtable was aimed at identifying actionable steps the federal government can take to show leadership and support in advancing community-based monitoring of freshwater ecosystems in Canada.

Elevating Community-Based Water Monitoring in Canada Resource Package:


Coming soon! … Community-Based Water Monitoring in Canada at a Glance – Featured Case Studies