Ambassadors help to expand our network of wetland supporters that can actively promote the conservation value of Pleasant Valley Wetland Heritage Park and BC wetlands in general at every opportunity. They highlight the status of fragmented wetlands in the Shuswap and Okanagan watersheds, specifically the Armstrong-Spallumcheen-Vernon area. Ambassadors help to reach out to provincial government and NGOs to confirm that their published materials are current
The Youth Ambassador program is made possible in part by a grant from the Real Estate Foundation of BC
The Real Estate Foundation of BC fund projects, connect people, and support initiatives that advance sustainable land use and real estate practices in BC.
In 2018, two wetland ponds were constructed to mitigate spring flooding in a field on a Spallumcheen valley hobby farm. The BC Small Wetlands Association would […]
AquaHacking is a tech challenge for post-secondary students and young professionals with an interest in freshwater issues, clean-tech innovation and entrepreneurship. As part of the Western […]
Kelowna, B.C. – A recent telephone survey of Okanagan residents conducted for the Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) finds growing concern for water issues in the […]
Sharing two reports published by members of the Wetland Stewardship Partnership ten years ago, both still completely relevant for wetland protection.
OBWB Report, Dec 2019 “This Action Plan can be used by local government and communities to build on or start new wetland strategies and conservation programs. […]
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In the fall of 2018 we scattered cattail seeds in the wetland pond and in spring of 2019, a group of volunteers got their feet wet […]
Some willing Grade 12s from a local high school are learning what it takes to become a wetland ambassador. They are helping NBBS to research the […]