Publications

Newsletters
  newsletter Summer 2014 Newsletter
Our latest newsletter is now posted - featuring progress on the Rural Stormwater project, priority watershed updates and much more.
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  newsletter Summer 2013 Newsletter
Our latest newsletter is now posted! Project highlights for all five priority watersheds
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  newsletter Summer 2012
An update on the priority watershed projects, developing a Rural Stormwater Management Model, Lake Huron’s unique algae problem, E-coli and beaches, community projects, and being Septic Smart.
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  newsletter Summer 2011
A look at our five priority watersheds, agriculture and First Nations water protection.
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  newsletter Summer 2010
Southeast Shore Communities Team Up to Improve Water Quality and Conserve Biodiversity
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  newsletter Summer 2008
The ribbon of shoreline along Lake Huron provides one of the longest continuous stretches of beachfront in the Great Lakes and has enjoyed a long history of recreational use and cottaging.
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Maps
Lambton Shores Project Map
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Main Bayfield Project Map
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North Bayfield Projects Map
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North Shore (Garvey/Glenn Drain)
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Pine River Watershed Projects Map
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Project Plan
Soil and Water Environmental Plan
Garvey Glenn Shoreline Watershed Project – Soil and Water Environmental Enhancement Plan SWEEP)
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Main Bayfield Project Plan
Management Plan for the Main Bayfield River Watershed Draft 2012
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North Bayfield
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PRWIN Integrated Watershed Management Plan
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Tributaries Management Plan
Lambton Shores Tributaries Management Plan - June 2012
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Technical Reports
Analysis of Ecoli Isolates in Lake Huron
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Benthic Algae Report
Occurrence of nuisance Benthic Algae on the Southeastern shores of Lake Huron 2003
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Economic Impact of Beaches
Determining the Economic Impact of Beaches: Lake Huron Shoreline from Sarnia to Tobermory
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Modeling of Water Quality
Modeling of water quality impacts from the Maitland River within the Lake Huron nearshore in the vicinity of Goderich in 2003
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Nearshore Water Quality Report
A Preliminary Report on Historical Nearshore Water Quality Information for Southeastern Lake Huron
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Pine River Water Quality Monitoring July 2008
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Sources of Pollution to Lake Huron
Sources and Mechanisms of Delivery of E.coli (bacteria) Pollution to the Lake Huron Shoreline of Huron County
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Water Quality on the Shores of Lake Huron
Technical Memorandum, Water Quality on the Shores of Lake Huron Adjacent to the Saugeen, Maitland, and Bayfield River Mouths
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Fact Sheets
Agriculture Stewardship
Canada-Ontario Environmental Farm Plan
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Algal Bloom - Ausable Bayfield Conservation.
When algae become very abundant and form floating clumps, they are called algal blooms.
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Blue-Green Algae
Information for cottagers and home owners
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Blue-green algae and Drinking Water
Information for drinking water system owners and operators
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General Water Protection/Stewardship
Huron County Water Protection Initiatives
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Information about blue-green algae
Background, potential impacts to human health and safety of drinking water.
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Septic Systems - Grey Bruce Counties
Information on septic systems
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Septic Systems - Huron Kinloss
Brochure on septic systems
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What are Algae?
In freshwater lakes, algae are tiny aquatic plants containing chlorophyll and are usually green in colour.
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Terms of Reference
Lake Huron Southeast Shore Executive Steering Committee
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Lake Huron Southeast Shore Working Group
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Lake Huron Southeast Shores Communications Committee
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