March 2022 Newsletter

Can you believe there's only three more days until Spring officially arrives?!

As we gear up for the renewal and change Spring offers, we're also getting ready to celebrate one of our favourite days - World Water Day on March 22nd!

We hope you'll check out some of the World Water Day happenings below and join us in taking some time on the 22nd to reflect on and celebrate all that water means to us.

Stay fresh,

Kelly, on behalf of the Freshwater Alliance Team

(Alyssa, Danielle, Melissa, Raj & Kelly)

Spend World Water Day with us!

You're invited! Join us on March 22nd for a fantastic & free talk on water security, collaboration between Indigenous & non-Indigenous scientists, and more by our steering committee member Dënë Cheecham-Uhrich.

Registration is free but space is limited. Reserve your spot now! We can't wait to see you there.

Ripples Youth Art Zine - World Water Day Edition

We put a call out for young artists to submit their water-focused poems, photographs, and art and were blown away by the amazing work you all shared!

Keep an eye out on March 22nd for the Zine to be published here.

What's Beneath Our Feet? Groundwater Event

Join our friends at the University of Victoria's POLIS Water Sustainability Project on the evening of World Water Day (March 22 @ 7pm PT) for short films and insightful conversations with three change-makers working to protect groundwater.

Register now!

Freshwater Feature - Submit Your Photo

Do you follow us on Facebook or Instagram? On Fridays we post a #FreshwaterFeature that celebrates a freshwater spot somewhere throughout Canada!

We would love to see YOUR photos! Simply email them to [email protected], along with a short description and they could be featured on our social media pages.

This e-blast was compiled by Kelly, who lives in Windsor, Ontario on the traditional territory of the Anishinabek Three Fires Confederacy comprised of the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi. This region is also home to the Wyandot of Anderdon Nation and the unceded territory of Caldwell First Nation. Whose traditional territory do you live on?