The most recent Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Community Action Initiative webinar was held on October 26, 2023. The focus of this latest webinar was the connection between land and lake, how watershed actions make a difference to lake health. If you were not able to join us, the recording is available below. We welcome your input … Continued
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The most recent Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Community Action Initiative webinar was held on March 30, 2023. The focus of this latest webinar was the nearshore environment. If you were not able to join us, the recording is available below. Slide decks are available for download on the Resources page. We welcome your input on future … Continued
A Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Community Action Initiative webinar was held on November 23, 2022 on different approaches to fisheries management and habitat protection taking place around the watershed. The recording is now available for viewing.
Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Community Action Initiative mini-summits are back! Join us on November 23, 2022 to hear about different approaches to fisheries management and habitat protection taking place around Lake Huron-Georgian Bay. Register Today! Date: November 23, 2022 Time: 9:30 to 11:45 am Agenda: Click HERE to register.
Severn Sound Environmental Association is hosting a mini-summit called 2022 Lake Huron Georgian Bay Community Watershed Actions. You are invited. The event is Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 1 p.m. Communities in Watershed Action takes place at Tay Community Rink, 560 Calvert Street in Port McNichol (east of Midland), Ontario. The organizers invite you to … Continued
The Lake Huron-Georgian Bay community came together on November 24, 2021 for a virtual mini-summit focused on innovative community actions. Five fantastic speakers shared information about their innovative efforts in their regions. Topics included innovation in generating revenues, building partnerships, and generating knowledge and on the ground actions. A big thank you goes out to … Continued
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. Agenda Welcome Mari … Continued
Following 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
In 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
Unlike previous summits held in Collingwood, this year’s summit was held entirely online over two mornings – October 27 and November 3. While there’s nothing quite like meeting face-to-face, we certainly had a great time virtually catching up on some of the work going on around the watershed. Between the two days, we had well … Continued
Summit in 2020 is to take place by video webinar on October 27 and November 3 The Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Initiative for Community Action has announced the Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Summit is going virtual for the first time. The event is free. Community members and agency staff are invited to take part by Zoom video … Continued
Good news for Biodiversity as the Provinces and Territories working with the federal government commit to increase land protection through a variety of measures. stay tuned to this story as the roll out of this new program comes forward. Here is the press release Provinces and territories agree to protect more land and water, McKenna … Continued
Lake Huron’s bi-national committee has released the Lakewide Action and Management Plan for Lake Huron – thanks ECCC and USEPA for good hard work including working with and considering input from First Nations and 20 Government agencies as well as soliciting and responding to public comment. Looking forward to next steps and actions! Click on … Continued
Here is the link to the Lake Huron Summit Summary from October 2017. Hello Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Initiative Community Thank you to all who were able to attend our Lake Huron-Georgian Bay Summit October 25th and 26th in Collingwood, we felt it was a huge success and based on responses from the participants most felt the same … Continued
The attached article was shared by Chuck Miller of the Central Algoma Freshwater Coalition. Pretty great stuff. http://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2017/11/13/alexis-rockman-great-lakes
THANK YOU to everyone who came the Lake Huron Summit in October. The organizing committee is working on getting the proceedings out and published to this website. If you have any questions or want follow-up sooner, feel free to contact us…[email protected]. When: From: 11 am Wednesday, October 25th To: 12 pm Thursday, October 26th Where: … Continued
A wet and rainy spring has left water levels in Lake Huron and Georgian Bay well above their long-term average, and they are continuing to rise. As of Tuesday, the water levels on Lake Huron were 41 centimetres above average, the highest they have been at this time of year since 1997. “They are high … Continued
Can you imagine learning and sailing the Great Lakes for science? These kids do! Click HERE for story.