Working to Protect Ontario’s Watersheds, their Natural Heritage, and our Receiving Waters
The Ontario Headwaters Institute works to protect Ontario’s watersheds, their natural heritage, and receiving waters such as the Great Lakes.
In addition to on-going efforts in our three portfolios on Research, Education, and Civic Engagement, we are currently running three initiatives under the Projects banner above: Headwater Alliances, WaterScape, and The Water Table — our new webinar series launched in March 2022.
Key background documents found on the Education page include:
The 4-pageOHI Brochure January 2021, and feel free to
Visit our YouTube Channel, with several educational shorts and presentations our webinar series – The Water Table.
If you are looking for our new project, Growing the Greenbelt 2021: REGIONAL RESILIENCE, it is posted at www.waterscape.ca.
Thanks to a grant from Canada Summer Jobs, the OHI is seeking a Communications Manager for 12 weeks this summer. This position will help us improve and expand our communications efforts by: Adding to our contact data base focusing on people in environmental...
As part of our April 27 webinar "Is Ontario's current system of land use planning protecting our waters?", and in conjunction with the upcoming provincial election, the OHI has written an open letter to the province's four main political parties, with seven...