The Lake Erie – Niagara Hub is one of Swim Drink Fish’s monitoring hubs. Working together Swim Drink Fish and the Niagara Coastal Community Collaborative established the hub to monitor the waters along the north shore of Lake Erie. Sharing the technical and scientific information gathered on Swim Guide ensures that the public is aware of the issues affecting their coastline and beaches.
Swim Drink Fish is a registered charity established in 2001 to restore swimmable, drinkable, fishable water. It is home to initiatives including Swim Guide, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, The W. Garfield Weston Foundation’s Great Lakes Challenge, Watermark Project, Fraser Riverkeeper, North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper, and Great Lakes Guide.
Working along Lake Erie’s coast in Niagara, the Niagara Coastal Community Collaborative’s (The Collaborative) purpose is to optimize and expand local action to build a healthy and resilient Lake Erie coastal ecosystem that supports the community’s economic, recreational, and spiritual needs. Established in the fall of 2017, The Collaborative has taken a Collective Impact approach to coordinate efforts focused on the group’s three ecological priorities; habitat and species, healthy beaches, and nature based shorelines. The Collaborative connects local knowledge, engagement and action to facilitate a healthy and resilient coastal ecosystem.
You can sign up to get involved with the Lake Erie – Niagara Hub here.
For more information about the Lake Erie – Niagara Hub visit, swimdrinkfish.ca/niagara-hub-faq
This project was undertaken with financial support of the Government of Canada through the federal Department of Environment and Climate Change.
Ce projet a été realisé avec l’appui financier du gouvernement du Canada agissant par l’entremise du ministère fédéral de l’Environnement et du Changement climatique.
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