Explore the latest news & media releases from The Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan.

Marsh Monitoring presentation 2024

Citizen scientists help protect Bay of Quinte wetlands and wildlifeDownload

Species At Risk Webinar

Invitation to DFO Aquatic SAR Webinar (LTCA_RRCA_SNCA) January 10.2024Download

Marsh Monitoring Program

Every year, the Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan (BQRAP) needs volunteer citizen scientists to monitor local wetlands. Naturalist and columnist, Terry Sprague hosts an information session explaining how you can help protect…

Degradation of Aesthetics

The Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan (BQRAP) Restoration Council is pleased to announce that another environmental challenge, identified for the Bay of Quinte, has received official confirmation from the federal and provincial…

Bay of Quinte RAP seeks tougher protection of watershed

A new Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan discussion paper has been released recommending a further clampdown on phosphorous entering the Bay of Quinte watershed to prevent harmful algae blooms. Bay-of-Quinte-RAP-seeks-tougher-protection-of-watershedDownload

Going Green to save some Green

by Carson Arthur, outdoor design & lifestyle expert Tuesday, February 15 at 7:00 pm Today’s homeowners want to make better choices outdoors, especially when it comes to the environment. Learn about new studies…

BQRAP offers Rural Stewardship Programs

The Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan (BQRAP) is a member of the Quinte Farm Research and Stewardship Collaborative, which is a collaborative network of farmers, university researchers and conservation authorities in Northumberland,…

Rain gardens reduce pollutants to local waterways and the Bay of Quinte

A rain garden is a landscaped feature that replaces an area of your lawn in order to collect the stormwater (rain and melted snow) that runs off your grass, roof and driveway. Along…