Living Lakes Canada

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Audience:
Youth Adults
Seasons:
Spring Summer Fall Winter
Themes:
Climate Change Indigenous Education Water Ecosystems/Wildlife

Perfect for: Youth, Adults.

Mission: To maintain a national network to protect, restore and rehabilitate the health of lakes, wetlands, rivers, other water bodies, and watersheds in Canada. LLC facilitates collaboration in education, monitoring, restoration and policy development initiatives for the long-term protection of Canada’s water bodies in this era of climate change crisis.

The Columbia Basin Water Hub is a project facilitated by Living Lakes Canada. It is a central place where decision makers, researchers, students, professionals and the public can access a wide variety of data and information about water in the Columbia Basin to improve understanding around the implications of climate change on the water supply. Reports covering a wide range of topics including water quality, habitat, groundwater and geology can be found on the Water Hub, which are great resources for students.
The Water Hub team is available to provide demonstrations to teachers and students on how to use the Water Hub. This can include how to use the searchable map to access water data for specific regions and how to conduct some basic analysis. If school groups or other learners have collected water-related information such as photos, site descriptions, cultural values, water quality test results, the Water Hub team is keen to help upload this data so it can be easily shared.

 


School Districts:SD5, SD6, SD8, SD10, SD19, SD20, SD51
Activities:Field Studies, Presentations, Citizen Science, Events, Resources, Stewardship/Sustainability Projects, Workshops/Training
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