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Dry spring could pose problems for those who rely on the Upper Thames River watershed
It's been an unusually dry spring.Low water levels in the Upper Thames River watershed could pose problems for farmers and people who rely on well water. Afternoon Drive's Chris dela Torre spoke to Eleanor Heagy, a communications specialist with the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority. The Conservation Authority is also inviting property owners in the watershed to help collect data. There are two projects -- one for landowners, and another for anyone paying attention to nature. Chris also speaks to Erin Dolmage the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority's Community Education Technician.