Healthy Lake Huron: Clean Water, Clean Beaches and the Rural Stormwater Management Model Project invite you to look at some of the videos showing work that farmers and rural landowners, community groups, school children, public health and conservation agencies, federal and provincial ministries, local government, staff, and the public are doing to improve the management of water running over land during storms so that impacts are reduced on your local creeks, rivers, and Lake Huron.

Video: Working Together for Clean Water, Clean Beaches - Farmers, rural landowners, and staff provide an overview of rural stormwater management work taking place along Lake Huron's southeast shores, in a largely rural area stretching from Sarnia to Tobermory.

Video: Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation - Elementary school children plant dune grass to protect Lake Huron near shore 

Video: The Main Bayfield Watershed - The community of the Main Bayfield Watershed, a Healthy Lake Huron priority area, has completed a community watershed plan that was unveiled at Bannockburn Conservation Area. A representative of the community steering committee and conservation field staff talk about the watershed, managing runoff, and how landowners are helping, and can help, keep the water quality good around the Bayfield River. 



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Ontario has released a final report about communities in the province that have developed new water management tools with support of Ontario’s Showcasing Water Innovation program. A project by Ausable Bayfield Conservation and the Healthy Lake Huron: C
Friday, November 27, 2015   [details]

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