Friends of the Lardeau River
Friends of the Lardeau River (in the Kootenay region) is a non-profit society focused on environmental protection of the Lardeau River and the fish and wildlife values supported by this river.Our goals are:•To promote and establish protected area strategy status for the Lardeau River• To coordinate and deliver a comprehensive fish and wildlife conservation strategy and habitat stewardship master plan for Lardeau, Duncan and North Kootenay Lake watersheds• To lobby and facilitate a series of fish and wildlife inventories and initiatives• To provide support ensuring the Lardeau River’s biodiversity is protected• To identify the impacts of the Duncan Dam and assess the biodiversity loss to flooding• To network with conservation groups, community, individuals, First Nations, youth, Governments, agencies, politicians and industry to meet our goals and objectives
Lakes, streams and wetlands of the Peachland Creek Watershed
In the map below, named watersheds are shown as a semi-transparent background colour. Lakes are darker blue, streams are light blue and wetlands are light green. The size of the component parts of the watershed and the name of the larger watershed this are contributes to can be found by clicking on a coloured area.
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Forest conservation projects
The map below shows forest conservation proposals in BC. Click on any green star to learn more. If your project isn't mapped, please send us details.