Together, we can build watersheds that work.
Watersheds BC provides training, resources, and peer-to-peer support to local government staff, First Nations, watershed boards and roundtables, regional provincial staff, and other watershed professionals.
Watersheds BC is a capacity-developing organization that catalyzes, supports, and strengthens local watershed governance and security.
Watersheds BC is helping advance watershed security in 2021-2022 by focusing on the successful implementation of the Healthy Watersheds Initiative and the Indigenous Watershed Champions Initiative.
Explore our curated collection of resources published by the BC freshwater community to expand the breadth and depth of your knowledge of watershed governance and security.
Facilitated by the Fraser Basin Council, the Nicola Basin Collaborative’s mission is to develop and apply a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to watershed management – a working model that can be applied to other watersheds. The Collaborative is guided by a......
Governed by a board that includes the three Okanagan regional districts, the Okanagan Nation Alliance, the Water Supply Association of BC, and the Okanagan Water Stewardship Council, the Okanagan Basin Water Board provides leadership on water issues throughout the basin,...
Co-chaired by Cowichan Tribes and the Cowichan Valley Regional District, the Cowichan Watershed Board is building local water governance capacity, advocating for the health of the watershed, and advancing its role in decision-making.
First Nations Fisheries Council & Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
Cowichan Tribes, Cowichan Valley Regional District, Cowichan Watershed Board, and POLIS Water Sustainability Project
POLIS Water Sustainability Project & Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
September 9, 2019
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