This past Saturday, in honour of World Water Day (March 22), volunteers gathered at ZERO Guildford to help us take a ‘snapshot’ of water quality over the entire river’s catchment. […]
Our lakes, rivers, and oceans need your help.
Our easy-to-use water quality testkits and open data platform help anyone collect water quality data for fresh and ocean water. So far, thousands of volunteers in over 20 countries have joined the movement. Ready to dive in?Here's how it works
Our testkits are designed for in-the-field results
What does 'accessible' water quality mean?
Our data system allows anyone to get started recording and sharing data. We are also committed to sharing data openly, allowing decision-makers and communities access to our information.Visit our data platform
Helping you and your community...
Test water quality
Our testkits are designed for anyone to use, plus they give results right away (fresh and saltwater!).Starting your testing season
Share your data openly
Your community can collect and share water quality data. Not sure where to start? We'll show you how!How to use our data platform
Act to protect water
What does it mean to protect waterways? Our research aims to improve tools and understand how we can help.Explore our research
How's your water quality?
Did you know? According to WWF's Watersheds Report, over 60% of Canadian subwatersheds are so data poor, we don't even know if they're healthy or not. That's where you come in. We need your help to fill data gaps! We believe that crowdsourcing water quality data through community water monitoring is a great way to help scientists fill in gaps to achieve sustainable water monitoring.How to start your own group
Summer job: Community Trainer (Toronto region)
(Combination remote work but must be based in Niagara or Toronto (ON) for in-person work sessions and excursions) Rate: $21/hourTime: 32 hours/week for 16 weeks, from May to August. Pending […]
The Ripple Effect Episode 7
University of Regina’s community-based water monitoring program
This month, Water Rangers’ Ripple Effect highlights our incredible collaboration with the University of Regina, the Saskatchewan water testing community, the Government of Saskatchewan, and the Government of Canada.