Freshwater Partners Renfrew County

Freshwater Partners Renfrew County is a partnership of organizations interested in freshwater and watersheds in Renfrew County, supported by funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

This new partnership will bring multiple organizations, stakeholders and community members together to achieve greater collective impact on freshwater issues, stewardship and watershed planning in the County of Renfrew.

The partnership includes these organizations:
Bonnechere River Watershed Project
Ottawa River Institute
Algonquin College
Renfrew County Water Quality Leadership Group
Ottawa Valley Tourist Association
Muskrat Watershed Council
Ottawa River Keeper
Watersheds Canada
Sustainable Eastern Ontario

We are just getting started on this project, so please watch this page for information on upcoming events and engagement sessions. We also have a Freshwaters Partners Facebook page to keep you abreast of our activities - please check it out, 'like' it and keep our activities coming to your Facebook newsfeed.

Watersheds of Renfrew County
There are so many watersheds in Renfrew County! Have you ever wondered which of the many you live, work or play in? Check out this fantastic on-line map and see!


Thanks to the County of Renfrew for making this map available.

Freshwater Videos

Bonnechere River Water Walk

Bonnechere Water Walk with the grade 3/4 class at Queen Elizabeth Public School in Renfrew. Included sharing about the Water Rangers Guardians water quality test kit with the students.

Measure to Manage

Measure to Manage: This video highlights community-based efforts to measure and enhance freshwater quality, stream condition, wildlife populations and wetlands.

Stewarding our Watersheds

Stewarding our Watershed: This video highlights conversations with environmental stewards of local waterways, farmland, wetlands and forests.

Engaging Youth in the Watersheds

Engaging Youth: This video highlights outdoor environmental activities with youth living in the watershed.

Working Landscapes in our Watershed

Working Landscapes: This video highlights conversations with watershed residents about farming, wildlife management, forestry, hydroelectric/solar generation and eco-tourism.




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