The International Red River Watershed Board to monitor key nutrients to help reduce the impact of harmful blooms in the Red River basin
This project is a 3-year study to better understand stressors affecting water quality in the St. Croix River watershed including nutrient concentrations and their distribution.
‘We’re all in this together’ - Great Lakes Water Quality Board Leads Manure Nutrient Management Collaborative
One person’s trash can be another’s treasure. In the case of agriculture, animal manure is a valuable resource that helps crops grow. However, too much of a good thing can become problematic.
Citizen scientists lend a vital hand in monitoring water quality across Lake Erie and its watersheds. Now, a regional initiative led by the Cleveland Water Alliance (CWA) aims to arm community groups with tools and infrastructure to improve and unify their efforts.…
The Great Lakes Impact Investment Platform aims to promote investments in projects that foster sustainable economic development and acknowledge the importance of the long-…
Like many water systems across the continent, the Rainy River-Lake of the Woods basin faces several challenges, from climate change to water quality.
Supporting Wastewater Utility Nutrient Voluntary Performance Improvement Through Training and Technical Assistance in the Red River Basin
The International Joint Commission has recommended to the governments of Canada and the USA adopt objectives and targets for nitrogen and phosphorus at the Red River international boundary to help address eutrophication concerns in the Red River and Lake Winnipeg.…