Steering Committee
Thursday November 26, 2020
Online / Webinar
This meeting discussed the following areas of focus:
  • Report on PRC Activities 

  • Status of Phosphorus/Hazardous Algae Blooms and Lessons from Canada

  • PRC Chippewa Project Update

  • PRC Waterloo Biofilter Project Update

Status of Phosphorus/Hazardous Algae Blooms & Lessons from Canada
PRC Waterloo Biofilter
Project Update
Report on PRC Activities
PRC Chippewa
Project Update
Phosphorus Reduction: Lessons learned in Canada and the U.S. Webinar
September 3, 2020
Online / Webinar
Introduction - Moderator - Clare Latimer
Using P removal structures to removed dissolved P
Chad Penn, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Introducing MagPi to recover phosphorus from liquid waste Dr. Rob Stephenson, Muddy River
Phosphorus removal technology: Roesch Farms
Ryan Carlow, Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority
Sorbing On-Farm Phosphorus Using a Removable Filter Catridge
Craig Merkley / Brad Glasman UTRCA
PRC Steering Committee Meeting and Conference
June 26-27, 2019
John D Bradley Centre, 565 Richmond Street, Chatham, Ontario
June 26th Presentations:
June 27th Presentations:
University Projects:
Feedback from conference participants:
"Very thought provoking and diverse proposals for tackling Phosphorus removal!"
"The number of different technologies and approaches being tested. WOW. The range of different materials is excellent."
"Encouraged by the large number of industry stakeholders that attended the tour and are a part of the collaborative."
"I find this type of meeting very useful and I would enjoy attending similar ones in the future."
A great crowd attended two days of learning and touring our demonstration sites!
Charles Lalonde, Project Manager of  the Thames River PRC, chats with Chatham-Kent Mayor Darrin Canniff on the first day of the two-day conference
Colin Little of the Upper Thames Valley Conservation Authority, explains the work being done at the Roesch Farm demonstration site.
Emma Young, Environmental Co-ordinator for Chippewa of the Thames, talks about the band’s work in the local watershed.
Presentation to Western Ontario Warden's Caucus
January 18, 2019
PRC Steering Committee
December 7, 2018
Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, London, Ontario
PRC Steering Committee
June 27, 2018
John D. Bradley Convention Centre, Chatham, Ontario
Meeting Minutes:
PRC Steering Committee
February 23, 2018
Quality Inn, 580 Bruin Blvd, Woodstock, Ontario
OMAFRA  -Environmental Programs Update
PRC Implementation Plan and Governance
Great Lakes Protection Initiative: Reducing Toxic and Nuisance Algae in Lake Erie. 

PRC Implementation

Partner Roles

PRC Implementation Plan - Budget and Financing Plan

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