This field season Living Lakes Canada has been partnering with the Water Rangers for the Western Canada Water Ranger Pilot Project. This pilot project uses the Water Rangers TestKits as a user friendly, low barrier tool for volunteers to take […]
Living Lakes Canada was busy monitoring groundwater on September 18, which was World Water Monitoring Day. On September 18, a well in the Village of Radium Hot added to the Living Lakes Canada Columbia Basin Groundwater Monitoring Program. This well is […]
Normalizing science-based water monitoring and stewardship is the driving force behind Living Lakes Canada’s water programs. Living Lakes Canada was one of the first NGOs in Canada certified by the federal government to train Indigenous and non-Indigenous community groups to […]
September 14 - 18 2020
THIS EVENT IS INVITE-ONLY. Living Lakes Canada will be hosting a CABIN field assistant certification in the Nechako watershed near Fort St. James in collaboration with the Binche Whut’en First Nation. The training is part of Living Lakes Canada’s STREAM […]
Foreshore Integrated Management Planning (FIMP — also known as Sensitive Habitat Inventory Mapping or SHIM) is a methodology developed in partnership with Fisheries and Ocean Canada in 2004. It maps shoreline habitats, assesses habitat value and establishes Shoreline Development Guidelines to […]
Living Lakes Canada delivers programs in 4 core areas: watershed awareness and education; citizen science and stewardship; watershed restoration; and innovative policy approaches for governance, management, and planning. We are a collaboration of community organizations working to build capacity for the effective protection of Canada’s freshwater resources, by bridging the gap between science and action to foster a culture of normalizing water stewardship through citizen science.