Posted By: Megan Peloso

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 based on some of the most thought-provoking themes that wove through the forum. Follow along in her brainstorming as she pools the larger BC water topics into the Columbia Basin.

The third and final article in the 3-part series has been published in the December 9th Issue of the Columbia Valley Pioneer. See the original published article here – Walking the Talk: Water Resilience. Thank you to the team at Columbia Valley Pioneer for your continued commitment to sharing our Watershed Wanderings column with your readership.

It is important that watershed organizations learn from each other and openly share successes as well as challenges. Our attendance at Living Waters Rally and Watersheds 2016 was generously supported by the Canadian Freshwater Alliance and the Real Estate Foundation of BC.