World Water Day Film Launch: People Power for Healthy Rivers

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Living Lakes Canada worked with Imagine Creative to produce this 4-minute video — “People Power for Healthy Rivers: DNA Technology Meets Citizen Science in STREAM” — which features how the CABIN (Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network) protocol is being used in our STREAM project.

We are pleased to launch this compelling short film on World Water Day 2020 (March 22).

STREAM, short for Sequencing the Rivers for Environmental Assessment and Monitoring, is the national water monitoring pilot working to collect a total of 1,500 environmental DNA samples from 15 watersheds across Canada over three years through community-based water monitoring.

STREAM is a partnership between Living Lakes Canada, World Wildlife FundCanada, the University of Guelph and Environment and Climate Change Canada.

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