Clean drinking water is our inheritance. You can’t put a price on it.

Wellington Water Watchers is dedicated to the protection, restoration and conservation of drinking water in Guelph and Wellington County. Our organization rests upon three pillars: Educate. Advocate. Celebrate. Learn more about your water, and how you can help protect its quality.

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RECENT POSTS

Greenbelt Town Hall Meeting

Town Hall to Support Growing the Greenbelt in Wellington County

Wellington Water Watchers host a Town Hall to Support Growing the Greenbelt in Wellington County Protecting sensitive source water features – the Bluebelt of the Greenbelt For immediate release June 10, 2015 Wellington County – Wellington Water Watchers will be hosting a Town Hall on growing the Greenbelt in Wellington County. Wednesday June 15th, 2016…

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3rd Annual Niska Road Community Clean Up

On Sunday, May 29, 2016, from 1 to 4 pm please join us to celebrate and clean up our historic and unique Niska Road cultural heritage landscape. The City of Guelph is generously supporting our initiative by supplying bags, gloves and safety vests for all participants. The city will be closing Niska at Downey and…

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Walk for Water

  Wellington Water Watchers Calls on Concerned Citizens to Walk for Water Water for Life, Not Profit. Tell Kathleen Wynne to say NO to Nestlé and the Aberfoyle permit.   For immediate release May 25, 2016 Guelph-Wellington – Citizens concerned about water and the impact of Nestlé Waters Canada Permit-To-Take-Water renewal bid in Aberfoyle, are…

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KEY INITIATIVES

Believing in preservation

not just conservation. Our local ecosystems must be protected for the well being of all future generations

Applying precautionary principle

proving no harm, beyond doubt, when engaged in projects that could be harmful to our water resources

Promoting tap water

as a healthy and environmentally preferable alternative to packaged water

Seeking constructive engagement

with those who affect local water policy, and accountability from corporations