The Shuswap Watershed Council, run by a board of about 20 including local politicians, First Nations and a couple of 'public' members. It is advised by a number of government departments, like Agriculture and MFLNRO, who provide expertise and opinions. SWC replaces SLIPP, the Shuswap Lakes Integrated Planning Process.
And here is a link to the Shuswap Watershed Council website, www.ShuswapWater.ca where you can find more information.
The latest water quality report can be found by clicking here.
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- SWC asked SWOA to Participate in Program Review (7/5/2018) - At the June 13, 2018 Shuswap Watershed Council meeting, their Board determined that an interim review of their programs be initiated as indicated in their terms of Reference. The watershed council has initiated the program and SWOA has been asked to have one representative participate in the review and SWOA has accepted the invitation. We […]
- SWC – Water Quality (10/26/2017) - Update on Water Quality - October 2017 Earlier this year, the Shuswap Watershed Council published a summary report presenting water quality data collected in the watershed in 2016. The report is available to the public and can be obtained from their website (https://www.fraserbasin.bc.ca/_Library/TR_SWC/2016_shuswap_wq_summary.pdf). Included in the report is a brief interpretation of the data but […]
- SWC- Update Invasive Defensive Measures (10/26/2017) - Update on Invasive Mussel Defensive Measures - October 2017 The Shuswap Watershed Council also received an update from the Provincial Invasive Species Coordinator on the continuing efforts to identify potential carriers of invasive mussels from east of the Rockies. As a reminder, zebra and quagga mussels were brought to the great lakes many years ago […]