NEW! Campaign in a Box toolkit now available on Conservation Ontario’s website
Use the new “Campaign in a Box” toolkit to educate your community about source water protection.
Plan a campaign using the template and ideas provided. Post the included infographics and articles to spread the word about protecting drinking water sources. Or develop new materials using content available in the Source Protection Education and Outreach Resource Catalogue.
Municipalities and conservation authorities have told us they are eager to use the toolkit to make implementing their Source Protection education and outreach policies easier.
Start using the toolkit today by tweeting your favourite infographic from the options provided. Let us know how you will use the toolkit and join the discussion at #SourceWaterON.
NEW! Heating and Liquid Fuels pages added to Source Protection Education and Outreach Catalogue
Do you use heating oil or store fuel on your property? Then you have legal responsibilities to make sure it does not leak into water sources.
Use the new heating and liquid fuels catalogue pages to find out how to protect your drinking water from fuel.
The pages are posted in the Source Protection Education and Outreach Catalogue on Conservation Ontario's website.
How do you protect your drinking water sources? Let us know at #SourceWaterON
NEW! Your Septic System: Protecting Your Investment and the Environment
Did you know that septic systems can affect your drinking water sources?
Your Septic System: Protecting Your Investment and the Environment has information for septic system owners about maintenance, inspection and how to know whether your system is failing. Make sure that your septic system is working properly to help protect your drinking water sources. Protecting water sources is one way Ontario is preparing for climate change.
Download the brochure. It is also available as a text-only template for locally-developed materials.
Conservation Ontario Media Release
Conservation Authorities Support Strengthened Proposed Great Lakes Protection Act
NEWMARKET(February 19, 2015) – Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities strongly support a strengthened proposed Great Lakes Protection Act that will solidify collaborations to help to address growing issues around the Great Lakes. READ MORE