Moose Lake Phosphorous Education Nutrient Budget

Creek in Bonnyville area in autumn

We are all citizens of watersheds, and through knowledge and collective individual actions we can start to improve water quality in Moose Lake.

We can increase watershed literacy and engage citizens with watershed monitoring, source water protection planning and improve future lake management actions; having the community working towards making a difference in the Moose Lake Watershed ecosystem.

What we learn about phosphorous, nutrients and their impact on water quality and the ecosystem can be applied to other lakes in the region, and will affect the health of our larger watershed. What starts as small ripples (individual actions) can create waves of change and improvements to the health of our watershed.


Photo Credit: Kellie Nichiporik