July is Lakes Appreciation Month. While we often appreciate lakes for their endless recreational opportunities and incredible biodiversity, their importance in wildfire suppression can’t be [...]
Fraser Lake is home to incredible biodiversity including Nechako White Sturgeon, Chinook Salmon and migrating Trumpeter Swans. Its 70.9 kilometers of shoreline hold high ecological, economic, and [...]
As the popularity of St. Mary Lake grows, both as a recreational hotspot and a scenic place to live, monitoring the lake foreshore is just as important as monitoring lake water quality. The lake [...]
Water knows no jurisdictional boundaries. It flows freely through countries, states, and provinces and is the source of life to people and wildlife.
The early arrival of spring in the mountains is often a welcome sight, but it also spells climate change.
Lakes Appreciation Month each July is a great opportunity to reflect on all that lakes provide us including freshwater, biodiversity, recreational activities, food, and endless beauty and [...]
Over the past 18 years, the Columbia Basin Watershed Network (CBWN) has connected a constellation of stewardship groups throughout the transboundary Columbia Basin.