WWF-Canada Blog:
Freshwater



Freshwater ecosystems face immediate threats
A silent crash is taking place in Canada’s waters. From the tiny mussels that filter toxins to the giant sturgeon, a survivor from the time of the dinosaurs, freshwater life is dropping at an alarming rate.

15 ways Canada can help wildlife thrive again
The Living Planet Report 2016 shows the world is on track to lose 67 per cent of wildlife populations by 2020. Here are 15 things Canada can do to help stop that from happening.

Massive plunge in wildlife expected by 2020. Here’s why, and what you can do
Population declines are staggering. But the solutions are within our reach.

A creek revived: Students help restore Medway Creek
Through WWF-Canada’s Loblaw Water Fund and other funding resources, the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority worked with volunteers and other organizations to improve the overall stream health of Medway Creek.

WWF-Canada joins EcoSpark to support citizen science on the Humber River
Citizen scientists on the Humber River are using community monitoring to connect people with nature and learn about the health of our water.