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July 2014 Newsletter

(Posted: 2014-07-08)  The registration form for the July 24, 2014 technical workshop is now available online. See this newsletter for information.
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Project featured provincewide

(Posted: 2015-11-27)  Ontario has released a final report about communities in the province that have developed new water management tools with support of Ontario‚Äôs Showcasing Water Innovation program. A project by Ausable Bayfield Conservation and the Healthy Lake Huron: C

Final Report released

(Posted: 2014-10-22)  Healthy Lake Huron has released the Final Report about a project which has created a new computer model to better manage water running off of land during storm events in rural areas.
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Eighty take part in RSWMM workshop

(Posted: 2014-08-05)  Eighty people took part in a technical workshop, held on Thursday, July 24, 2014, about a new Rural Stormwater Management Model (RSWMM) being developed for Lake Huron's southeast shoreline, in a largely rural area from Sarnia to Tobermory.

July 24 date of 2014 Technical Workshop

(Posted: 2014-06-26)  Healthy Lake Huron is inviting interested people to attend a technical workshop in Goderich on Thursday, July 24, 2014. The partnership is hosting the workshop to provide an update about the project to create a new Rural Stormwater Management Model (RSWM

Technical workshop July 24

(Posted: 2014-06-25)  You are invited to the technical workshop which will take place at Trinity Christian Reformed Church, 245 Mill Road, Goderich, Ontario, Canada on Thursday, July 24, 2014.

Videos show projects by community

(Posted: 2013-12-18)  The Healthy Lake Huron partnership has released three online videos to share some of the good work local groups, farmers and other landowners, community partners, and students are doing in a largely rural area that stretches from Sarnia to Tobermory.
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Sixty take part in technical workshop

(Posted: 2013-07-22)  More than 60 people took part in a technical workshop in Clinton, Ontario on July 18 to find out more about a new computer model being built to better limit the impacts of runoff on local watercourses during storm events in rural areas along Lake Huron.

 

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