Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority

Stormwater Stroll in Bayfield

Stormwater Stroll

Self-Guided Tour in Bayfield

You are invited to take the Stormwater Stroll self-guided tour. Check out different urban initiatives in Bayfield working to improve the quality of water with rain gardens, rain barrels, tree planting, permeable pavement, and more. Download Stormwater Stroll Brochure at this link:
  • Stormwater Stroll Brochure
    You are invited to take a Stormwater Stroll self-guided walking tour in Bayfield, along the shores of Lake Huron, and to check out different urban initiatives in the village. 
    The Bayfield Stormwater Stroll self-guided walking tour includes stops to view residential and community rain gardens, permeable driveways, rain barrels, tree planting, planting of native species, and more. To learn more about this informative self-guided tour you are invited to contact Hope Brock at 519-235-2610 or toll-free 1-888-286-2610 or email
    “To keep Lake Huron healthy, we need to look at what we can do on our own properties to minimize stormwater pollution,” according to the Stormwater Stroll brochure. “Stormwater is water from rain or snowmelt that does not soak into the ground. Instead, if flows over the land and can pick up sediment, fertilizer and bacterial pollutants and carry them to the lake.”
    To learn more view this video - - about some of the things going on in Bayfield.
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