water quality

2024 LEPS Initiative for Water Quality Improvement Project

Langley Environmental Partners Society (LEPS) continues to host the Community Collaboration Towards Water Quality Improvement Project. This project provides Langley’s rural property owners with information, support, and tools to reduce pollution and bacterial coliforms in freshwater ecosystems, while keeping their properties in abidance with regulations in the BC Agriculture Environmental Management Code of Practice (AEM …

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Scoop the Poop!

An important part of being a responsible pet owner is cleaning up after your dog. Dog waste left on the ground is a source of major pollutants and poses a significant health risk.  Animal waste, especially from dogs, contains bacteria and parasites, such as E. coli, giardia, and salmonella. Waste washes from private property, streets …

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Regenerative Agriculture for Cleaner Water

Regenerative agriculture is a method of farming that “improves the resources it uses, rather than depleting them”. It is comprised of practices that improve the health of the land being farmed. These practices focus on areas such as soil health and water management. Many regenerative techniques improve nearby water quality and protect freshwater ecosystems. Fertilizers …

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