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Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan


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This month's newsletter includes: Swimmable, Fishable, and Drinkable, Phosphorus Management Plan, Urban and Rural Stewardship funding

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Build a Rain Garden

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A rain garden is a great way to improve your home’s curb appeal, it creates a beautiful and unique garden that provides habitat for butterflies, bees, and birds, introduces native plants to your landscape, and filters pollutants out of the stormwater runoff leaving your property. 

As an incentive to help build a rain garden, we are offering a grant of up to $500. towards the purchase of native plants, soil, compost, gravel, and mulch to establish a functioning rain garden.To be eligible you need to live in Belleville, Quinte West, Napanee, Deseronto, or Picton.

To get you started view the Greening Your Grounds webinar
Rain Garden Brochure




View the building a rain garden how-to-webinar below.

Greening Your Grounds

Greening Your Grounds


Learn how to build your own rain garden at this webinar. The Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan and Lower Trent Conservation will walk you through the process of building your own rain garden. Starting with choosing the correct site, and size of garden for your property, to the final stage of selecting native plants that will thrive in your rain garden.

Learn if you are eligible for a grant of up to $500 for native plants, soil, compost, gravel, and mulch used to establish a functioning rain garden. Grant funding is for the urban areas around the Bay of Quinte. 

Jason Jobin, BQRAP Environmental Technician, Lower Trent Conservation
613-394-3915 ext 242 or jason.jobin@ltc.on.ca  Email Jason Today!


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This is a great reminder about how this pandemic started, it was first and foremost an environmental crisis.



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How will we make it happen?

Draft Phosphorus Management Plan Discussion Paper


Restoring Areas of Concern boosts economic development

This report covers the successful restoration of 10 Area of concern. “ The story told in this report, and by these Great Lakes communities, documents and illustrates the very tangible, as well as often intangible benefits of this cleanup to the people of the Great Lakes states and provinces. It provides a powerful case for sustaining the flow of cleanup funding that has quite literally revived communities.” Executive summary.

Great Lakes Revival 2019

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Lake Ontario/Bay of Quinte - Current Water Levels

BQRAP Annual Report 2020

 BQRAP June 2021 Newsletter
- This newsletter covers - Swimmable, Fishable and Drinkable, Phosphorus Management Plan, Rural and Urban Stewardship


Healthy Soils Check-up Program -Farmers you could be eligible for FREE soil testing. More Info...

Landowner Stewardship Programs - Check out all the funding programs Here.....

Septic Stewardship Program... More Info  Find out if you are eligible for a free septic tank pump out and up to 80% cost sharing for minor repairs.

A Summer of Science on the Bay. Follow as we highlight our partner agencies' summer monitoring.

1. Quinte Conservation

2. Environment and Climate Change Canada (EC)

3. Coastal Wetland Monitoring

4. EC and Canadian Centre for Inland Waters

5. Fisheries and Oceans Canada

6. Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Blue-Green Algae ... More Info

Water Soldier - Find out about the impacts of this invasive plant on the Bay of Quinte 

Project Quinte 2017 Report
A multi-agency research and monitoring program for the Bay of Quinte

Ontario's Great Lakes Strategy - More here

Great Lakes Protection Act Here

Quinte Area Bird Report The Quinte Area Bird Report is updated weekly. Read more....