Healthy Lake Huron Clean Water, Clean Beaches

Part of an information series on managing water, running off of land during storm events, as part of the Rural Stormwater Management Model (RSWMM) Project. This is a shorter version (five minutes) of a video overview of the project.

Healthy Lake Huron Clean Water, Clean Beaches

Healthy Lake Huron - Clean Water, Clean Beaches is a concerted effort to address nuisance algae concerns and to promote safe and clean beaches and shorelines from Sarnia to Tobermory.

Five key watersheds have been identified as priorities for immediate action.  This group is now working together with local partners to develop and support the implementation of watershed management plans, with specific targeted actions, as well as monitoring and research, for each priority area.

More about who Healthy Lake Huron is

Protecting water in Garvey-Glenn Watershed

This year (2018) has been a successful year for the Garvey-Glenn project.


The Garvey-Glenn Watershed Project began in 2011 and aims to research and demonstrate how to best create a watershed that is resilient to the impacts of climate change.
Financial, technical support to help improve stormwater management on urban and rural properties


Helping improve stormwater management

The Urban and Rural Stormwater Improvements (URSI) for Lake Huron project will complete nine stormwater improvement projects over three years (2018-2020) in Ausable Bayfield watersheds along Lake Huron’s southeast shore.
Government of Canada national climate actions include work along Lake Huron’s southeast shore


Canada funds work to protect, improve Lake Huron

Some of the 58 new EcoAction Community Funding Program projects across Canada are taking place along or near the southeast shore of Lake Huron.