The Lake Windermere Ambassadors are a society formed by a group of concerned citizens, from diverse backgrounds, interested in directing water monitoring and stewardship of Lake Windermere, located in the Columbia Valley of British Columbia, Canada. The Ambassadors conduct water monitoring and community outreach to realize our vision of Healthy Waters for Healthy Communities. Poke around the pages of our website to learn more about the projects we have taken on and our plans for the future.
The work of the Ambassadors builds on the successes of the Lake Windermere Project, which took place from 2005 to 2009. The Lake Windermere Project accumulated water monitoring equipment, an extensive library, and knowledge on lake monitoring protocols. These resources are now available to the community through the Lake Windermere Ambassadors.
Want to learn more? Check out the comprehensive report below on the five-year Lake Windermere Project that served as a water stewardship manual for the Lake Windermere Ambassadors and other lake stewardship groups across Canada.