Sandy Lake is situated in Bedford, Nova Scotia. The lake is a major water body within the Sackville River Watershed. It’s health is vital to the ecology of the area.
Like most urban lakes, anthropogenic (human) activity impact water quality negativley. Sandy lake is no different, with the tropic status trending towards worsening water quality.
Development pressure is placing the lake and associated wildlife further at risk of accelerating the current negative trend. It is imperative that environmental stewardship is championed to slow and possibly reverse this trend.