Ninth Annual NWT Water Strategy Implementation Workshop

November 5, 2018

The Waters of the Northwest Territories will remain clean, abundant and productive for all time.” – NWT Water Stewardship Strategy Vision
Ninth Annual NWT Water Strategy Implementation Workshop

We were also thrilled to share a short “highlights reel” video showcasing the work of community water monitors and guardians in the NWT. We continue to be inspired by the commitment and dedication of all those working to protect the health of these shared waters.

Follow  this link  to read the  Northern Voices, Northern Waters NWT Water Stewardship Strategy.

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