Together We Achieve More than Individual Efforts Alone
Positive change is possible when we work together to protect, restore and enhance the Lake Huron ecosystem and its watershed. That’s the goal of the Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Watershed Canadian Initiative for Community Action, to promote approaches that connect, inform, support and empower community-based environmental action.
Through a network of individuals, communities, businesses, non-government and government organizations, we are connecting in powerful ways.
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You do great work for Lake Huron and we want to share it with community and government alike. Tell us and the Lake Huron community what great activities your group has been working on to support the Great Lakes.
Latest News from the Georgian Bay Watershed
- Save the Date for Fall Mini-Summit!We are continuing our series of mini-summits with the next topic being ‘Innovative Community Actions’. We hope you can join us on November 24, 2021 to hear about innovative community actions taking place around the Lake Huron-Georgian Bay watershed. There will be an opportunity for you to share your experiences as well. Stay tuned for … Continued
- Lake Huron Community Comes Together for a Mini-summit on Community EngagementFollowing the Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Virtual Summit in autumn 2020, participants expressed an interest in coming together again to discuss community engagement in more detail. On June 22 we held a mini-summit on this subject featuring four inspiring presentations: Youth Engagement, Kyla Judge, Georgian Bay Biosphere The 2020 Healthy Lake Huron #PieceofthePuzzle Social Media Campaign, … Continued
- Upcoming Session on EngagementIn autumn 2020, we hosted a Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Summit, providing us with the opportunity to come together and hear updates about community projects and different local strategies to address climate change. After that summit, we heard from you that you would like more information about engaging with communities. We are hosting a mini-summit on … Continued