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Regional Watershed Monitoring Program

Healthy Rivers and Shorelines and Regional Biodiversity, are key elements of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority's strategic business plan. The ability to track and report on changes to these elements is paramount to the success of an organization that has a unique history of watershed planning, management and reporting in the greater Toronto region.  

Aquatic
Aquatic
Monitoring fish, aquatic insects, habitat features and temperature in streams.
Terrestrial
Terrestrial
Monitoring plants and animals in forests, wetlands and meadows.
Water Quality
Water Quality
Monitoring water chemistry, metals and bacteria in streams.
Groundwater
Groundwater
Monitoring the quantity and quality of groundwater at various wells.
Climate & Hydrology
Climate & Hydrology
Monitoring the contribution to the Region's hydrology through rain and snow.
Special Projects
Special Projects
Monitoring research on watershed health conditions and value of conservation strategies.
Resource Library
Resource Library
Browse our resources for detailed monitoring reports, publications and maps.
Photo & Video Gallery
Photo & Video Gallery
Check out our fieldwork techniques as well as the species and habitats we monitor.

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