The care of rivers
is not a question of rivers
but of the human heart.
it is a treasure.
is more than an amenity,
A river seems a magic thing.
living part of the very earth itself.
We must begin thinking like a river
if we are to leave a legacy of beauty and life
for future generations.
The Partnership is a voluntary, cooperative effort to share resources and to develop a regional approach to resource protection. The Partnership is a fluid organization. Any government agency, Native American Tribe, non-profit conservation organization, educational institution, faith-based organization, industry, municipality or individual with a focus on our key areas of concern in the greater Thames River watershed and surrounding areas is welcome to participate in the quarterly meetings and other events.
Click the map to “dive in” and learn more about the Thames River watershed.
Protect the region’s agricultural and natural areas threatened by land use changes.
Protect the region’s biodiversity.
Protect ground and surface water quantity and quality being threatened and degraded by contamination.
Improve coastal zone resource conditions.