Well, we have had a busy summer, both with excursions but also with new features. We have just released our newest big feature: issue reporting. What it does is create a […]
Author: Kat Kavanagh
Do you want to work with us this summer?
Water Rangers (https://www.waterrangers.ca) is a non-profit organisation based in Ottawa that is developing a user friendly platform for members of the public to collect observations for rivers, lakes, and streams. […]
Join us for our official launch with Ottawa Riverkeeper!
Ottawa Riverkeeper launches citizen science web app Sharing data, empowering river stewards Join Ottawa Riverkeeper (Sentinelle de la rivière des Outaouais) and award-winning hackers on the shores of the Ottawa […]
Thank you, Ontario Trillium Fund!
Hurrah! We have been lucky enough to receive an Ontario Trillium Fund seed grant to help us get the testing and partnerships we need to import more data, make new partnerships, […]
We are happy to announce that we’ll be working with Mobile Baykeepers over the next two months to work on a pollution reporting component to our app! Thank you so […]
Our Spring Plans
Happy World Water Day! Spring is coming, and that means that Canada’s summer season is coming up soon! We’re getting ready for the big thaw too…. and have big […]
Water Rangers & Aquahacking in Montreal
Last Tuesday I was lucky enough to speak at the Aquahacking press conference. They’re launching a new campaign for a river: the St. Lawrence in Montreal, and want to get more […]
Ice in, Ice out!
It’s winter, and not really the time for making freshwater observations… but that’s not really true! Northern folk with cold winters have been measuring Ice on (when ice completely covers […]
A fall history walk along Brewery Creek
Last Thursday, Mark and I went out with Sheila, John and their lovely dog Breezy to get an update on testing at Brewery Creek. We were treated to the history […]
Cleaning up along the Rideau River
On Sunday, in between rain showers (and an hour later thanks to daylight savings), I helped clean up New Edinburgh park with a bunch of community-driven folks. We had donuts and […]