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Bill Green honoured for fisheries work

Kootenay-Columbia Green Party candidate Bill Green was in Portland, Oregon last week receiving a prestigious conservation award from the American Fisheries Society. Green accepted the William E. Ricker Resource Conservation Award on behalf of the Ktunaxa and Secwepemc (Shuswap) Nations, … > Read More

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Green Party’s Green in it to win it

Green Party candidate Bill Green is running in the Oct. 19 election to win the Kootenay-Columbia seat. “The 2015 federal election campaign officially began last week, making it one of the longest in Canadian history. Here in the Kootenay-Columbia riding, our … > Read More

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Wildsight presents Watermark and Ktunaxa water perspectives

Celebrate Earth Week with Wildsight at an evening featuring Edward Burtynsky’s film Watermark and a Ktunaxa speaker on water. Following the success of Manufactured Landscapes, Edward Burtynsky is back with this beautiful new project, a three-year exploration of our relationship … > Read More

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Think Like a Watershed with Canada’s famous freethinker

Columbia Basin residents to hear from renowned Canadian author at Watershed Symposium John Ralston Saul, one of Canada’s renowned intellectuals and author of A Fair Country, will travel the Columbia Basin and present at the Salmon Festival in Revelstoke, and … > Read More

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2013 Watershed Symposium: Think Like a Watershed

Columbia Salmon Festival pre-curser to symposium Local government officials and employees, First Nations, academics, professionals, ENGOs, stewardship groups, and community members are invited to participate in the 2013 Columbia Basin Watershed Network Symposium, September 29 and 30 at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort. This … > Read More

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Rosen Lake most disturbed in region

Thanks to the most shoreline disturbance, Rosen Lake at Jaffray is the most disturbed lake in the East Kootenay. Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) directors August 3 received a report from Heather Leschied of the East Kootenay Integrated Lake … > Read More

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Local water stewards swap stories with Canadian dignitaries

Recently, at a water governance conference in Vancouver, local water champions Paul Christy and Danny Osborne of the Lake Windermere Ambassadors had a chance to rub elbows with former Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, Iona Campagnolo and Grand Chief Edward … > Read More

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