Watershed Report Cards
Watershed Report Cards -
A Summary of Watershed Health
NVCA creates two sets of watershed status reports, which are updated every five years.
Watershed and Subwatershed Health Checks
The NVCA began producing Subwatershed Report Cards in 2007. They provide a broad overview of forest, stream and wetland health and provide recommendations for the protection of healthy systems and restoration of degraded areas.
In 2013, these were re-launched with the title "Health Check" to ensure a distinction between these and the provincial Watershed Report Cards. These Health Checks provide a more detailed review of stream health and stewardship and use a slightly different set of measures for health assessment and trend analysis.
Older versions of the NVCA's Watershed Health Checks (formerly called Watershed Report Cards) are available by selecting from the list below.
Watershed Health Checks 2007-2012
Provincial Watershed Report Cards
with many of the 36 Conservation Authorities in Ontario, the NVCA
produces a Watershed Report Card. This was designed by Conservation
Authority staff under the guidance of Conservation Ontario in order to
allow a province-wide snapshot of water quality, forest conditions,
groundwater quality and wetlands based on a common set of measurements
and criteria. These were launched for the first time during
International Water Week in 2013.