Healthy rivers and shorelines and regional biodiversity are key elements of Toronto and Region Conservation’s strategic plan. The ability to track and report on changes to any of these is paramount to the success of our watershed planning and management efforts.
|November 22, 2016: Shining an Annual Spotlight on the Species and Communities found in Toronto and Region
Learn how TRCA’s Environmental Monitoring team uses data to assign a local conservation rank to flora and fauna species and vegetation communities throughout the region. READ MORE
|August 17, 2016: Winged Wonders – Monitoring Wetland and Meadow Birds
Every spring, members of TRCA’s Environmental Monitoring team go out to the wetlands and meadows in our region to gauge the health of bird populations. VIEW THE VIDEO
|August 17, 2016: Forest Finds – Salamander Monitoring
The health of a forest can be measured by more than just the size of its tree canopy. Members of Toronto and Region Conservation’s Environmental Monitoring team go deep into the woods each spring in search of salamanders. VIEW THE VIDEO
|August 4, 2016: Surveying Species and Spaces for the Scarborough Waterfront Project
The Environmental Monitoring and Data Management team provides valuable baseline data to support this TRCA initiative.