Posts tagged "water monitoring"

Posted: July 4, 2019 at 10:56 am

In 2016 the Toronto Monitoring Hub began publishing data to Swim Guide for the first time from sites along the Lake Ontario shoreline in Toronto, Canada. Since then hundreds of volunteer citizen scientists, have helped to sample the Toronto shorelines and ensure that the water quality results are available on Swim Guide. Swim Drink Fish …

 
Posted: October 5, 2018 at 11:15 am

At Swim Guide, our affiliates represent an expansive network of ENGO’s, universities, governments, businesses, and more. Some groups join Swim Guide as seasoned organizations, while others work with us from the ground floor. For Tampa Bay Waterkeeper, our newest affiliate, building a water monitoring program and using Swim Guide to share their results has been …

 
Posted: July 3, 2018 at 10:53 am

We are excited to be expanding our network in the state of Georgia by welcoming Savannah Riverkeeper to the Swim Guide affiliate program. Even more exciting is that Savannah Riverkeeper’s Swim Guide program is going to be powered by their Veterans for Clean Water program, a program that trains veterans as citizen scientists to monitor …

 
Posted: June 8, 2018 at 1:14 pm

It is with great excitement that we are announcing the newest Swim Guide affiliate, Sound Rivers! They bring a long history of conservation and advocacy to our growing Swim Guide network in the state of North Carolina. Sound Rivers Founded in 2015 with the merger of two of the state’s oldest grassroots conservation organizations, Sound …

 
Posted: June 6, 2018 at 10:31 am

Did you know that Swim Guide was created in Toronto, Ontario, on the shores of Lake Ontario?  Swim Guide was born out of the question “is it safe to swim in Lake Ontario?”, and the Swim Guide team continues to develop and manage Swim Guide from our headquarters in downtown Toronto. Swim Guide has grown …

 
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