Public Meeting on Speckled Dace Recovery, February 16 in Westbridge

Public Meeting: Monday, February 16, 3:30-5:30 pm, at the Westbridge Community Hall, HWY 33.

The Speckled Dace is a small, endangered minnow with an important role in the Kettle River. As part of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) has received funding from Environment Canada and the Okanagan Chapter of Trout Unlimited Canada to help restore Speckled Dace habitat near Beaverdell, the Christian Valley, and the upper Granby River.

Please join the RDKB and project partners to learn about the importance of Speckled Dace and their habitat. See options for habitat restoration, learn how to get involved, and share your ideas on stream stewardship in the Kettle River Watershed.

Contact Graham Watt (250.442.4111 / plan@kettleriver.ca).

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