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Brunel River Monitoring Scheme

A small team of university students developing a monitoring tool for rivers & lakes. . The aim of the project is to monitor the quality of the Colne with a hope that this will help restoration efforts and change attitudes, raising the quality of water to a higher standard and in accordance with the WFD, preventing loss of species and other long term damages.
Published in Thames
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The Port Moody Ecological Society

The Port Moody Ecological Society is a 100% volunteer-operated training facility whose mandate is to operate a salmon hatchery and water quality testing laboratory located on land owned by the City of Port Moody. Each year, our volunteers donate 10,000 hours of their time operating the hatchery, conducting water quality testing in our laboratory, participating in community outreach programmes...
Published in Lower Fraser

"…an evolving team of stakeholders working together to promote the sustainable health of our watershed....The Community Watershed Alliance is a community-based regional organization that promotes collaboration and cooperation to advance research, education, and policies for the sustainability of our watershed"
Published in San Pedro - Willcox
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Sackville Rivers Association

The Sackville Rivers Association (SRA), is a not for profit, registered charitable, volunteer based community group concerned with the health of the Sackville River Watershed and aiming at protecting and where necessary restoring the environment of the Sackville River Watershed, raising awareness about the environment of the Sackville River watershed...
Published in Gulf of St. Lawrence
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The Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership

The Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership scheme (OWLP) is a 3-year project largely funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The scheme focuses on the promotion of the area surrounding the Ouse Washes, the heart of the Cambridgeshire and Norfolk Fens, and on encouraging community engagement with the area’s diverse heritage.
Published in Great Ouse

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