Watershed Health Reporting
Watershed Report Card
Monitoring and protecting the watershed is a very important part of our overall effort to preserve the health of the environment upon which we all depend. We work with our partners year-round to provide the best scientific investigation of the health of the watershed and to establish programs for its protection and restoration. This includes continually monitoring, evaluating and communicating the results. One way to inform our community about the health of our watershed is through our Watershed Report Card.
Read our Watershed Report Card
Lake Simcoe Monitoring Report, 2014
The Lake Simcoe Monitoring Report, 2014, provides the long-term trends of all environmental monitoring programs for Lake Simcoe and its watershed, highlighting current research that informs these trends. The report was written by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change with data contributions from the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and York, Durham, and Simcoe and Muskoka Health Units. The Monitoring Report provides the technical environmental monitoring information for the Minister’s Five-Year Report on Lake Simcoe (2015).
Lake Simcoe Monitoring Report
Minister’s Five Year Report on Lake Simcoe
To protect and restore the ecological health of the Lake Simcoe watershed Lead statement - The Minister’s Five Year Report on Lake Simcoe outlines actions taken to address the goals of the Lake Simcoe Protection Plan and summarizes the results of ongoing environmental monitoring in the watershed.
Le Rapport quinquennal du ministre sur le lac Simcoe : Protéger et restaurer la santé écologique du bassin versant du lac Simcoe Lead statement - Le Rapport quinquennal du ministre sur le lac Simcoe présente les mesures prises pour réaliser les objectifs du Plan de protection du lac Simcoe et résume les résultats des activités de surveillance environnementale en cours dans le bassin versant.
Visit Ontario.ca to view the Ministers 5 Year Report on Lake Simcoe