The relationship between pH and CO2 levels in Saskatchewan waters Saskatchewan’s alkaline lakes Saskatchewan’s lakes are unique in many ways from other Canadian freshwater bodies. Saskatchewan is known for its […]
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Welcome to the June edition of The Ripple Effect! On Water Testing Weekends (the last Sunday of every month), we encourage you to get out and test your local waterways […]
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‘People protect what they love’: citizen scientists collect and share data on watersheds in the Skeena region
By Matt Simmons (Local Journalism Initiative Reporter) / Photography by Marty Clemens