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Don’t Move a Mussel!

Don’t Move a Mussel! The Lake Windermere Ambassadors care deeply about the lake and Columbia River watershed, and we know you do too. Lake Windermere is a special place and a vibrant hub of community; we wish to see it continue to flourish. Our vision is for an ecologically healthy Lake Windermere with balanced management […]

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Summer Position Available: Watershed Stewardship Program Assistant

The Ambassadors are on the look out for an energetic and dynamic student to support our summer watershed stewardship initiatives! See below for information on how to apply for this unique opportunity in the Canadian Rocky Trenches. JOB TITLE: WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM ASSISTANT START DATE: June 15, 2016 END DATE: September 15, 2016 One summer […]

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You’re a BIG deal: Volunteer Appreciation Party

Haven’t you heard? You’re kind of BIG deal. That’s why we want to show our sincere appreciation for all you’ve done to in stewardship of the lake and watershed! Join us at Pynelogs on April 14th for a party to celebrate YOU, as part of National Volunteer Week. We hope to see you proudly wearing your […]

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Spring Shoreline Clean Up: April 10th!

It’s that time of year! Dedicated teams are registered and ready to put Lake Windermere shoreline trash where it belongs – in the dump and in the database for the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean up. Thanks again to Rocky River Grill, who for the third year in a row have graciously offered to provide a delicious  post-clean up lunch to recognize […]

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2015 Lake Windermere Water Quality Report is now available!

How’s the health of the lake? Check it out for yourself! The results of 2015 water sampling that took place as part of Lake Windermere Ambassadors’ community-based water quality monitoring program are summarized in a report that you can download here. Thank you to all the volunteers who came out to learn about the health of […]

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Anna’s Magical Frozen Tour

January 22nd 2016 ~ Lucky for a group of eager young onlookers, the cool winds and slushy conditions of the lake surface could not deter Princess Anna of Arendelle from her visit to Lake Windermere. So dedicated was she to the magical tour of the frozen lake, she donned her heartiest rubber boots and her […]

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Thank you Trethewey Beach Society!

New Monitors for the Lake Monitors: Trethewey Beach Society Comes Through! Blain van Melle, President of the Trethewey Beach Society, is shown making a donation from the members of his community for a much-needed computer monitor for the office of The Lake Windermere Ambassadors. Receiving this timely donation on behalf of the Ambassadors are Megan Peloso, Program […]

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