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The Wear Rivers Trust

The mission of the Wear Rivers Trust is to conserve, protect, rehabilitate and improve the landscape and watercourses of the whole River Wear catchment, from the watershed to the estuarine and adjacent coastal areas, through involving individuals, local communities, government agencies and public bodies with proactive improvement works and monitoring, and by increasing awareness and understanding...
Published in North England Coast
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The Upper Deschutes Watershed Council

Welcome to the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council!

The Upper Deschutes Watershed Council seeks to protect and restore the upper Deschutes River watershed through collaborative projects in watershed stewardship, habitat restoration and community awareness.

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Since 1993, Partners FOR the Saskatchewan River Basin (PFSRB) has promoted stewardship and sustainability of the Saskatchewan River Basin , an international watershed stretching over the three Prairie Provinces and a portion of Montana . More than 3 million people live within the basin which includes the North Saskatchewan, Red Deer, Oldman, Bow, Highwood, South Saskatchewan, Battle, Saskatchewan, St. Mary, and Carrot Rivers.

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Lake Winnipeg Foundation (LWF)

LWF is an environmental non-governmental organization (ENGO) seeking solutions to ensure a clean, healthy Lake Winnipeg and watershed now and for future generations. Founded in 2005 as a volunteer coalition of concerned lake-lovers, LWF today is emerging as a leading organization working collaboratively with non-profit, academic, industry and government sectors and the public to restore and protect our great lake.

Published in Lake Winnipeg
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Los Angeles River Revitalisation - Web Portal

Los Angeles City Council Ad Hoc Committee on the LA River

The LA City has created a "one-stop shop" web portal that encourages users of all ages to learn about the latest events related to its landmark resource: The Los Angeles River. This website is comprehensive, with many resources about the River and its watershed.The website provides wide-ranging information.

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