Lake Stewardship is about collectively taking care of our lakes, to keep them healthy for future generations to enjoy. Everyone has a role to play in protecting the water quality of our lakes. The City encourages residents around lakes to form lake stewardship groups that:
- Advocate for local lakes and raise awareness of lake issues in the community.
- Develop a communications network for lake issues.
- Launch fund-raising events.
- Gather information, educational materials and collect data on a range of lake concerns.
- Gain a historical perspective from long-time residents.
- Network with other lake organizations.
Participate in Lake Monitoring Programs
Many residents and lake stewardship groups are involved in lake monitoring programs. These programs collect valuable information that contributes to the understanding of our lakes ecosystems.
Lake monitoring programs you can join include:
- Lake Partner Program
- Canadian Lakes Loon Survey
- Nature Watch
- The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup
- Invading Species Detection Program
Funding for your Lake Stewardship Group Projects
The City of Greater Sudbury Grant Program offers up to $500 for qualified lake stewardship group projects. Contact the Lake Water Quality program at 705-674-4455 extension 4604 or email@example.com for more information.