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 two initiatives as described in our updated Brochure, below, and in recent blog posts – launching both COWA and our mapping tool on the Contested Countryside.
Key background documents include:
Visit our YouTube Channel, with numerous videos, the most recent of which is on The Impact of Aggregate Extraction in the Credit Watershed. .
If you are looking for our new project, Growing the Greenbelt 2021: REGIONAL RESILIENCE, it is posted at www.waterscape.ca.
See our one-page summary at OHI Key Takeaways from Bill 23 et al Nov 29.
First of all, we thank the more than 1,575 people and organizations who endorsed our petition that the Government withdraw Bill 23 or that its consideration be deferred until there has been extensive public consultation. We will keep the petition open until further...