OUR MAIN CONCERNS

CAFC's main concerns are aligned with the identified threats within the  Lake Huron Lake Management Plan for 2017-2021

Excessive nutrient runoff from nonpoint sources is significantly degrading water quality in all the Great Lakes, with the exception of Lake Superior.

NUTRIENT POLLUTION

It’s not just pesticides, as scientists are finding worrying levels of pharmaceutically active compounds such as anti-inflammatories, antibiotics, anti-epileptics, and beta blockers in lake water. 

CHEMICAL CONTAMINENTS

The diversity of life on Earth — biodiversity — provides us with a range of benefits and underpins essential ecosystems services. 

BIODIVERSITY

From hiking to swimming, sipping to shipping, shifting weather patterns are changing lives in this province.

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS

Aquatic Invasive Species can not only affect our fisheries economy, it can also negatively impact recreational activities we enjoy to do at the cottage, such as swimming, boating, fishing, and water sports.

INVASIVE

SPECIES

ABOUT US

The Central Algoma Freshwater Coalition is a volunteer community driven organization. The Board of Directors elected annually by the general membership provides the organizational leadership to operate and manage the general business of the coalition.

ADDRESS

 

P.O. Box 88

Bruce Mines, ON

P0R 1C0

cafreshwatercoalition@gmail.com

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