Learn about how to protect waterways and natural systems in this month's eNews.
November 2018 Conservation eNews
Clean, plentiful fresh water and natural landscapes are a big reason why the Okanagan is such a great place to live. Learn more about how to protect waterways and natural systems in this month's eNews.
Driving Collaboration for Lake Management
Our lake and surrounding natural areas are facing significant challenges, a few being increased usage demands, a growing population, and development around the lake.
OCCP looks to address challenges facing our natural areas by promoting a collaborative approach to biodiversity conservation and restoration.
OCCP in partnership with local governments undertook a research study of Kalamalka and Wood Lake, to understand the impact power boating is having on our lakes to ensure we keep our freshwater environments healthy and clean. Keep Reading
kł cp̓əlk stim̓ Hatchery Broodstock Update
Special contribution from the Syilx Okanagan Nation Alliance
It was an exceptional year for Broodstock and the Sockeye Reintroduction Program! Results have been very promising; the program has been a success story, with this year’s returns one of the highest to date. Keep Reading
Find out about upcoming local events, workshops, and volunteer opportunities.Keep Reading
Find out about available funding opportunities supporting conservation and community efforts.Keep Reading