NSSA W.A.T.E.R. Project Working to Improve Restoration Efforts in Nova Scotia

By Patrick LeClair

November 1, 2021

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About the Author

Patrick LeClair joined The Gordon Foundation in 2019 as a Data Specialist. In this role he works with communities and other collaborators to continually grow and improve all three DataStream hubs, which are online, open-access platforms for sharing water quality data across Canada. Patrick has a background in water quality and data management and is passionate about working with groups across Canada to help tell their story through data to enact positive environmental change.

Patrick is based in Halifax and can be reached at patrick@gordonfn.org.

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