Conservation Authorities of Ontario, Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities are community- based watershed management agencies dedicated to conserving, restoring, and managing Ontario’s natural resources on a watershed basis.

 The Upper Thames River Conservation Authority (UTRCA) The UTRCA covers the upper watershed of the Thames River, an area of 3,482 square kilometres.

The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority (LTVCA) has jurisdiction over the watersheds of all streams which drain into the Thames River from the village of Delaware to Lake St. Clair.

International Joint Commission (IJC)  The IJC has two main responsibilities: regulating shared water uses and investigating trans boundary issues and recommending solutions.

Ontario Clean Water Agency- (OCWA) is a Crown Agency of the Province of Ontario, established in 1993 under the Capital Investment Plan Act (CIPA).  OCWA is committed to ensuring all Ontarians have access to a provider of safe and reliable water and wastewater services.

Lake Ontario Waterkeeper (LOW) is a Canadian charity working for a day when every person in our watershed can safely touch the water, when the water is pure enough to drink, and when the lake is clean and wild enough that you could toss in a line anywhere and pull out a fish.            

Lake Erie Waterkeeper (LEW) similar to Lake Ontario Waterkeepers above it serves the Lake Erie watershed.

The Clean Water Foundation (CWF) is a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to engaging individuals in actions that preserve, protect and improve our water.

Water Shed Reports (WWF) results in an interactive format designed to engage Canadians and raise awareness about the watershed they live in.

This website is home to Water Docs Festival, an Ecologos water film festival and Water Docs@ School a learning and action program for grade 8 classes which delivers all the water-related learning outcomes expressed in the Ontario curriculum.