WWW is very excited to welcome two new board members to our Board of Directors. Karen Rathwell brings enthusiasm and her love of water to her role, as well as her experience from a 22-year career in public education. Leigh Fishleigh is a lawyer in practice and he lives with his family on the banks…Details
“Lesley Stahl reports on disturbing new evidence that our planet’s groundwater is being pumped out much faster than it can be replenished.”
We are pleased to announce that this year’s AGM welcomes Paul Baines from the Great Lakes Commons as our guest speaker. The Great Lakes Commons is a grassroots effort to establish the Great Lakes as a living commons — shared waters that we all protect in perpetuity. Great Lakes Commons is a growing and open network…Details
Who members and volunteers and those interested in the protection of our waters What Wellington Water Watchers Annual General Meeting (AGM) Where Red Papaya, 55 Wyndham St N, Guelph, ON N1H 7T8 When Monday November 24, 7:00 pm. Why We want to hear from YOU! How Just show up at 7 pm at Red Papaya and we’ll guide the way Dear…Details
In the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario’s annual report released today, we are held out as a good example!
Wellington Water Watchers officially endorsed the below letter which was released today and presented at the press gallery on Parliament Hill today by reps from the Fresh Water Alliance. This letter was unanimously endorsed by delegates from across Canada who came together this past weekend at the Living Water Rally 2014. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Statement…Details