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Here are some categories of articles, audio pieces, and video about water issues important to Georgian Bay and Georgian Bay Forever. To access a category, click on the topic.

2019 – Click these links

  • Pilot project in Parry Sound To Study Microplastics in Georgian Bay's Water. March 5: Radioworkz.
  • Micro Plastic Study Still Seeking Participants. February 8: Parry Sound.com and Moose 103.3 FM
  • Microplastics Pilot Project Looking For Parry Sound Washing Machines. January 21: 103.3 Moose FM.
  • Canadian study on effect of filters on apparel microfibres. January 17: www.fibre2fashion.com
  • Great Lakes Pollution Inspires Microfibre Study . January 07. EcoTextile News - The environmental magazine for the global textile supply chain.
  • Parry Sound residents asked to be involved in microplastics study . January 03: 103.3 Moose FM.
  • Podcast from CBC Radio Ontario Morning. 0 to 8.33 minutes with David Sweetnam (GBF) talks microfibres.. January. CBC Radio.
  • Great Lakes Plastic Pollution Worse Than Pacific. January 03: Niagara in the Morning. Weekend Edition with Matt Holmes/Newstalk 610 CKTB
  • Plastic particle pollution microfibres Great Lakes washing machines worse than Pacific Ocean Study. January 03: The Weather Network (took From CBC News)
  • Microfibres: Great Lakes. January 02: CBC News
  • Microfibres grands lacs ontario etude Parry Sound filtres machines a laver. January 02: CBC News
  • Microplastic pilot project looking for Parry Sound washing machines January 30: myparrysound.com & also Moose Radio
  • Micro-plastic researches still seeking participants for unique study Feb 8: myparrysound.com & also Moose Radio
  • Microplastics study needs your washing machine March 8: myparrysound.com & also Moose Radio
  • More support needed for Parry Sound Project March 18: Parry Sound.com
  • 30 Volunteers needed for Parry Sound Microplastic study. June4: myparrysound.com & also Moose Radio
  • Shoreline cleanup returns to Parry Sound. July 19: Radioworkz Parry Sound.com
  • Collingwood Diverting Microfibres From Georgian Bay Nov 5: Bayshore Broadcasting
  • Billions of clothing microfibres leaking into Toronto wastewater Nov 11: City TV
  • Collingwood could be part of a plan to tackle microfibres in source water Nov: Collingwood Today
  • A grassroots effort to tackle trash on Wasaga’s shoreline Dec: Simcoe.com
  • Help divert microplastics from getting into Georgian Bay.

    There are things can you do to change your fashion and washing behaviours that will help.
    You can learn more about this study and microplastics, and help support it.
    And if your from Parry Sound, we are looking for volunteers and their washing machines.
    Learn more here.

    2016 – Click these links

  • Alien Invader. Summer 2016: OnTheBaymagazine.com, On the Bay Magazine
  • Making the cut. Summer 2016: OnTheBaymagazine.com, On the Bay Magazine
  • The Invaders Among Us. Summer 2016: OnTheBaymagazine.com, On the Bay Magazine
  • Join us. Be a Phragbuster and help Coastal Wetlands.

    There are things can you do to help protect biodiversity, coastal wetlands, and the beauty of the shorelines .
    You can learn more about invasive Phragmites, and help support the effort to eradicate this plant from Georgian Bay coasts.
    Learn more here.