Lake Windermere Ambassadors Board Members, 2016/17
The Ambassadors’ activities are directed by people representing key community sectors including: business, government, First Nations, recreation, second homeowners, local residents, youth and non-government organizations.
The Lake Windermere Ambassadors are currently directing lake water quality monitoring and conducting education and stewardship programs. They also encourage the implementation of policies & guidelines in the Lake Windermere Management Plan.
The Ambassadors have received accolades for their collaborative initiatives and are being used as a model for community-based water stewardship by Living Lakes International, Living Lakes Network Canada, and Friends of Kootenay Lake.
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LAKE WINDERMERE AMBASSADORS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING March 15, 2017 at 5:30PM | Location: 625 4th Street, South Annex During the AGM, all members are invited to stand for election and elect 2017 Directors. Members will also have the opportunity to vote on special resolutions. The Lake Windermere Ambassadors are currently recruiting new Directors. If you are […]
What does a healthy lake mean to you? Lake Windermere 2016 Water Quality Results & Aquatic Invasive Species Report Special thanks to the Columbia Valley Local Conservation Fund, the District of Invermere, and Regional District of East Kootenay for their support for our community-based water monitoring project. We couldn’t have done it without the newly trained […]
Living Waters Rally and Watersheds 2016 – Vancouver, BC LWA Program Coordinator, Megan Peloso, attended a recent forum in Vancouver to learn more about changes and opportunities in BC water governance and freshwater protection. To share what she heard with the rest of the Lake Windermere community, Megan submitted a 3-part series in the Columbia Valley Pioneer […]