Volunteer help is key to many of Save The River's programs and projects.
Volunteers are needed to help:
- Monitor beach swimming water quality through our BeachWatch program,
- Identify and report pollution problems,
- Monitor Common Tern populations,
- Help with events and office projects, and
- Much more.
Read below for current volunteer opportunities. Or, to be notified of future opportunities, call Save The River or e-mail email@example.com.
Water Policy from the Fifties? We Must Be Mad!
We’ve pointed out on these pages how 1958D, developed on slide rules, is an outdated water levels regulation plan for the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario. It completely ignores the environmental damage it causes year after year resulting in significant harmto the people and businesses that rely on a healthy River. And unlike most outdated, ... read more
Riverkeeper Trainings to be held in Lansdowne, ONT – September 8th and September 13th
Save The River has teamed up with the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network to host two Riverkeeper Monitoring Trainings on Saturday, September 8th at 10am and on Thursday, September 13th at 3pm at the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network office located at 19 Reynolds Road. RR1, Lansdowne, Ontario. As the Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper, Save The River advocates ... read more
Beach Watch Week 8 Results!
Save The River has received the test results for Week 8 (8/22/12) of the Beach Watch monitoring program. All beaches sampled PASSED this week! Check out our blog for more information about this summer's samples! read more
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