Eastern Charlotte Waterways Coastal and Inland Waters Monitoring ProgramsEntry ID: gomc_326
Abstract: Programs include: Adopt-a-Shoreline; Community Lake Education
Monitoring Program, Cooperative Bacterial Research Program, Softshell Clam
Enhancement, Rural Rivers Reclamation, Salt Marsh Restoration, Water
Purpose: Safe and Accountable Management and Development of the Environment.
Adopt-a-Shoreline; The Development of Eastern Charlotte Waterways
Adopt-a-Shoreline program, initiated in 2001 for Charlotte County region, has
provided the support for coastal cleanup to evolve from a one-day effort to a
365-day a year commitment. The goal of this program is to have industry members
adopt shorelines and keep ... them clean of debris throughout the year.
Community Lake Education Monitoring Program: Involves community based
monitoring which provides the information required for the community to
understand their lakes.
Cooperative Bacterial Research Program; volunteers and government scientists
measure and track bacteria levels. This information helps all stakeholders to
understand and implement strategies to protect the sensitive harvesting areas.
Softshell Clam Enhancement; investigates the development of transferable clam
enhancement and management techniques for sustaining it.
Additional Information OR Comments: Contact Susan Farquarson for data.
Start Date: 2001-01-01
Quality Environment Canada scientists have provided training and education on proper
scientific methodologies and practices to the ACAP organizations and their
community volunteers, who in turn were instrumental in the success of the
Access Constraints Contact Jeremy Matheson for data.
Use Constraints Contact Jeremy Matheson for data.
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Distribution Media: Various Online Data Transfer method
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Email: ecwinc at nbnet.nb.ca
881 Main Street
City: Blacks Harbour
Province or State: NB
Postal Code: E5H 1E6
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2006-08-25
Last DIF Revision Date: 2016-11-18