Save Our Water works closely with the Wellington Water Watchers. Wellington Water Watchers is a non-profit organization founded in 2007. They are an organization primarily run by volunteer citizens from Guelph-Wellington who are committed to the protection of local water and to educating the public about threats to the watershed.
Research Exposes $16 Billion Bottled Water Industry's Predatory Marketing Practices #ProtectOurWater #FoodAndWaterFirst #CommonDreams
"The industry spends billions of dollars per year convincing Ame...
Join Wellington Water Watchers for the WATER ADVISORY! Exhibit Opening on March 4th!
WATER ADVISORY! is an exhibition of art by indigenous and non-indigenous artistsat Loop Gallery that illustrates the current disconnection between society and water. WATER ADVISORY! calls us with urgency to reestablish our right relationship with water.
Join us for the WATER ADVISORY! Exhibit Opening on March 4th!
WATER ADVISORY! is an exhibition of art by indigenous and non-indigenous artistsat Loop Gallery that illustrates the current disconnecti...
- Areas in the Outer Ring of the Greater Golden Horseshoe are experiencing significant growth and are under pressure from urban development. - Centre Wellington is one of these areas, targeted to double in size by 2041. - Centre Wellington relies entirely on groundwater. This municipality’s groundwater resources need protection.
Save Our Water recommends that the study area east of Fergus be expanded to include this area’s natural groundwater recharge area, which includes the moraine, cold water streams and wetlands north of the urban boundary of Centre Wellington. ... See MoreSee Less
Ontario Seeking Public Input on Greenbelt Expansion February 1, 2018/in Local News /by Save Our WaterThe Province of Ontario is seeking public input on 7 study areas being considered for expansion to ...