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Water Here and Gone

We live in an area with an abundance of wonderful lakes, yet we were reminded this summer of how precious water is.  Local farmers could not harvest sufficient hay, wells went dry and gardens failed. 677 more words

Submission to Government of New Brunswick on "Water Strategy"


Kent County Chapter, Council of Canadians
April 28, 2016

Department of Environment and Local Government (DELG),
Policy and Planning Division,
P.O. Box 6000,
Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1… 3,348 more words

Council Of Canadians Kent County NB Chapter

Charity Spotlight: Living Lands & Waters

Earth Day may have come and gone, but in keeping with the theme of conservationism and environmental sustainability, we are highlighting Living Lands & Water… 226 more words

Charity Spotlight

Earth Day 2016 Celebration

Earth Day was first celebrated on April 22, 1970 when tens of millions of people took part in rallies across America, following an enormous oil spill that happened the previous year in Santa Barbara, California.  202 more words

What will the session bring?

by Robin Bagley

This may be my first year writing about the South Dakota Legislature, but certainly not my first year watching the legislature. I wonder, what will be this session’s hot topics? 180 more words

Legislative Update

Water can run through our fingers

My Canada is clean. There is no acceptable pollution. The waters are protected by the people who depend on them, Canadians. Canadians will protect their water. 43 more words

Restoring the Lamoille River Watershed – A Story Map

River corridor planning helps remediate river instability that is largely responsible for erosion problems, increased sediment and nutrient loading. Community involvement is essential, and the… 438 more words