Sarah Lavallee, a graduate student at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, under the supervision of Dr. Anna Majury. We are currently working on a research project associated with private groundwater drinking sources; i.e. well water. This project aims to understand knowledge regarding private well water use and stewardship, with the aim to develop a knowledge-based […]
The five-year update of Conservation Authority Watershed Report Cards rollout today, and the grades indicate that many of Ontario’s watersheds, particularly those in southern, more urban areas are stressed. In contrast, the local Grey Sauble watersheds scored very well, with most achieving a grade of Good to Excellent!
Flood Watch lifted, Watershed Conditions Statement remains in effect – February 23, 2018, message number: 2018-04
Message Number: 2018-04 Issued on: February 23, 2018 Issued by: Grey Sauble Conservation Authority TO: Watershed Municipalities and Watershed Media MESSAGE: This message is to inform you that the Flood Watch for the Grey Sauble watersheds has been lifted. However, a Watershed Conditions Statement remains in effect. Flows during this event were significant, exceeding […]