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Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada - A Freshwater Catalogue Story

The occasional Diaries of a Salt Spring Island Freshwater Catalogue, February 2018 to...

This is the occasional diary of the trial, tribulations and successes in developing a FreshWater (resource) Catalogue for Saltspring (or Salt Spring) Island, one of the most beautiful islands on the planet. Saltspring Island(SSI) is one of the Gulf (or Salish) Islands, located in British Columbia in the southwestern corner of Canada, in an area known as the Salish Sea.  The island has a northern mediterranean climate (read very wet winters and long dry summers) and, as a result, has seasonal water challenges.

The SSI FreshWater Catalogue (SSIFWC), a project under the auspices of the Water Preservation Society (WPS), the first month(s) and years...

Earth Day 2018: celebrating FreshWater Watching

Earth Day 2018: we have walked along the Pesa River talking about FreshWater Watch and sampling to an amazing group of 30 motivated, interested people, from 7 to 70 years old. Great experience! Thanks to an ecologist, Marco Lebboroni, we could also look at the health of the ecosystem in its whole, sampled for macroinvertebrates and talked about how to preserve our environment. Thanks to everyone who participated!

Anna and Kate talk about FreshWater Watch on the radio

The FreshWater Watch kayakers who are paddling from England to the Black Sea were on BBC Radio Oxford morning show on Wednesday. They talk about why they’re taking on the four month challenge, how they met, raising money for Pancreatic Cancer Action and why they’re doing FreshWater Watch as well!

You can hear them from 1:08:44 here.

Cape Town water crisis

Cape Town residents going to extreme lengths to limit their water consumption, including naming and shaming their neighbours.

First sample of 2018

The first water sample of 2018 has been taken!

Will you be taking samples, protecting water or reducing your water footprint this year?

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