Forest Cover, and the trees that populate forests, are a good indicator of watershed health by their very nature; they clean our air and water, prevent erosion, reduce flooding and provide important habitat for wildlife, even Species at Risk. The more Forest Cover in a watershed, the healthier and more resilient it will be to local change (urbanization) and global change (increased seasonal temperatures). 

Healthy watersheds for today and tomorrow.

Our watershed is located on the traditional territory of the Williams Treaties First Nations, the Chippewas of Beausoleil, Georgina Island and Rama and the Mississaugas of Alderville, Curve lake, Hiawatha, Scugog Island. 

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