Environmental Monitoring

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.

WHAT’S NEW

  Through The Lens with Kira Rowsell (September 07, 2017)
The waters in and around Toronto are filled with all kinds of wildlife. Kira Rowsell, an Environmental Visual Communications student from Fleming College, joined our Environmental Monitoring and Data Management team for 6 weeks this past summer. READ MORE
  Wetland Work: TRCA Monitoring is on the Watch for West Nile (July 21, 2017)
Summertime in the GTA brings a lot to savour: backyard barbecues, Blue Jays games, and long, lazy afternoons on the patio. But it also brings unwelcome visitors — like mosquitoes.  READ MORE
  walleye taken from Lake Ontario Whopping Walleye release! Young fish find new homes in local waters (July 21, 2017)
Waterfront habitat creation and restoration projects in the GTA over the last two decades are helping fish communities. The recent release of 100,000 Walleye fingerlings into Toronto Harbour is a testament to the success of this effort. READ MORE
   The Living City® Report Card 2016: Using data to determine the path to sustainability (April 11, 2017)
Toronto and Region Conservation recently published the The Living City Report Card 2016: a progress report on environmental sustainability in the Toronto region. Many agencies contributed quantitative data analyses and expert opinion, including TRCA’s Environmental Monitoring and Data Management team. READ MORE

 

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2016 PROGRESS REPORT


 

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