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A new website name for a new service!

With the upcoming transfer of this website to the RDKB site, we decided to keep this page active until the transfer is complete. A change in site name to reflect the October 2018 referendum vote in support of the Boundary Integrated Watershed Service.  A new website name while following in the footsteps of so many of the great contributors over the years.

Kettle River Watershed updates posted to RDKB website by Spring 2020


What amazing fall colours here in the Kettle River watershed! Hope you have had the time to see all the beauty that this change of season can bring. It is the efforts from every one of us that is needed to help keep our watershed thriving, and I am excited to be a part of this process.

Have you been wondering where you should go for updated Kettle River watershed information?  I am happy to report that content from the website and upcoming Kettle River watershed information will be posted in the soon-to-be updated RDKB website. With the RDKB website upgrades set to be completed by Spring 2020, the website will remain active until the transfer is complete. content to be moved to RDKB website ( by Spring 2020.

As always, keep directing your watershed questions to the new RDKB Watershed Planner:

Boundary Integrated Watershed Service                                                                                                    Kristina Anderson, Watershed Planner                                                                                                Phone: 250-442-4111                                                                                                                                            Email:                                                                       

Flood 2018

The Kettle River Watershed Authority has been heavily involved with the 2018 Flood Response.

Click here to see the latest Flood Update


The Kettle River peaked last night at 60 centimetres over record levels first set in 1948


Click here to see all flood information on the RDKB website.

Flooding between Grand Forks and Christina Lake


Op – Protect our Most Precious Resource, Or We Are Dead in the Water

Oliver M. Brandes and Rosie Simms from the Polis Water Sustainability Project co-authored an opinion that was published in the Vancouver Sun on August 25, 2016. They touch on the failed Fraser River Salmon run and discuss the decline of river water quality globally and the need to protect our waters.  Click on the following link to read more: