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Community Projects and Volunteers

Watershed Communities – Local Watersheds in Action

Ausable Bayfield Conservation thanks the individual watershed communities of residents and partners who are planning, and taking action, to improve forest conditions and enhance and protect water quality and soil health, in their local ecological neighbourhood – their watershed.

For more information visit our 'Get Involved' page: 

To find your local watershed community, a local report card on forest conditions and water quality, and recommendations for how you can improve your ecological neighbourhood and create healthier watersheds, please go to our:

To learn about positive actions communities are taking around Lake Huron and Georgian Bay visit A Canadian Framework for Community Action at:

Some watershed communities actively involved in local planning and action in Ausable Bayfield watersheds include:

Ausable Bayfield Watershed Communities in Action

To find out how to volunteer visit our Get Involved page. Click this link: Get Involved Web Page