Fish and wildlife habitat is preserved as higher quality data is achieved through numerous studies that identify species that are flourishing along with those that have been impaired. Intervention in local nursery and spawning areas has achieved extremely positive results.
The implementation of the Tributary Restoration Program in 1996 has provided financial assistance to local landowners to contribute to the ongoing improvements in the watershed including many demonstration projects that assist in educating others.
The monitoring of both our surface water and groundwater since 1976 has ensured that trends in both quantity and quality are identified which affords us the opportunity to successfully manage this valuable resource in light of an ever increasing demand.
Provincially, the Clean Water Act of 2006 has expanded the role of all conservation authorities with the source protection planning initiative.