The Kettle Creek watershed includes Kettle Creek and its tributaries. They drain 520 square kilometres of agricultural and urban lands before entering Lake Erie at Port Stanley.
The watershed includes parts of Elgin County, Middlesex County, St. Thomas and London.
About 80 per cent of the watershed is farmland, 15 per cent is forested or marginal land and five per cent is urbanized. Two municipal water systems serve the communities of the watershed:
The Kettle Creek Source Protection Plan went into effect on Jan. 1, 2015.
The Kettle Creek Conservation Authority is a community-based organization charged with restoring, developing and managing the natural resources of the Kettle Creek watershed.