Today the Stakeholder Advisory Group for the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan is pleased to share the third of several discussion papers leading up to the draft Watershed Management Plan this summer.
Today the Stakeholder Advisory Group for the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan is pleased to share the second of several discussion papers leading up to the draft Watershed Management Plan in May.
Getting out of the office and boardroom to see real-world conditions is a highlight for watershed planners and stakeholders. Members of the Stakeholder Advisory Group, Riparian Working Group, and the Boundary Central Secondary Sustainable Resources 12 students and teacher Lisa Baia looked over riparian conditions at four sites on Boundary Creek Road, Greenwood, and Boundary Creek Provincial Park. Thanks to Fred Marshall for leading us through the tour and to Lisa for arranging the bus and bringing the keen students. Here’s some of the highlights.
After typing thousands of words and clicking countless times, the data entry for the survey is now complete. Final numbers are 657 surveys returned from approximately 5000 households. Almost all (620) were from paper submissions and the remainder were either emailed in using the original pdf form or submitted using the online form.
I will be providing highlights from my analysis over the coming few weeks, but here is a first ‘snapshot’ of responses about what values or uses of water people related to: