The KRWAC is having its first meeting of this year. The meeting will happen virtually via Zoom (registration link below)
Thursday, January 21, 2021 from 9:00 to 10:30am
Zoom Registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_N7nzc5dyRz2Up9T3XaHe1Q
The KRWAC fall meeting will be happening this Thursday from 9 – 11:30am. This will be an online meeting. Please see below for the agenda.
October 1, 2020 (Thursday) from 9:00 to 11:30am
Join online through Zoom
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Meeting agenda can be downloaded at the link below:
Come join the RDKB as we host three watershed webinars over the next few months!
Natural processes have been “restoring” natural disturbances (landslides, volcanic eruptions, glaciation, etc.) forever. Mr. Polster will talk about how we can use these same processes to help the land heal and restore sites such as mines and industrial developments that we disturb. Join us for an informative presentation and informal social gathering 7:00-8:30, Wednesday Sept. 16, Upstairs @ Station Pub (7654 Donaldson Dr, Grand Forks) – RSVP to [email protected] / 250-442-4111.
All interested stakeholders are invited to attend! The Round Table is the forum for reviewing progress on the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan, providing stakeholder feedback on priorities and actions, and sharing information about ongoing watershed issues. The Round Table meets as a special meeting of the Implementation Advisory Group, which will also be launched on June 3.
This meeting is also open to the public; please forward the invitation to key contacts.
The meeting will be held on June 3 from 12:30-4:30 in Grand Forks at the Senior’s Centre in City Park. Please respond by June 1 if you or a representative are able to attend.
We request that interested members of the former Stakeholder Advisory Group or others put their name forward for consideration for the Implementation Advisory Group to me or to Roly Russell ([email protected]) by the end of day on Monday, May 25. A Terms of Reference has been developed by the Steering Committee for the Advisory Group that identifies its structure and composition; a small number of positions on the committee are available, and the Steering Committee will finalize composition and selection and will contact invited members in advance of the June 3 meeting.