SWAMP releases Report on Phase I of the project

Click to download the report.

Click to download the report.

Slocan Watershed Assessment and Monitoring Project (SWAMP) has just released its final report on the first phase of its multi-year project to look at all of the wetlands in the Slocan Watershed of south-eastern BC. The Report, entitled SWAMP Phase I, is available for download by clicking here. Funding was provided by Columbia Basin Trust and BC Wildlife Federation.
This initiative is an outgrowth of the wetlands training program put on by BC Wildlife Foundation (See June 23, 2013 post below.) The collaborative SWAMP joins the non-profit organizations Slocan River Streamkeepers, Slocan Lake Stewardship Society and Slocan Solutions Society with the BC Wildlife Federation, the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, Regional District of Central Kootenay, and other provincial organizations.
Phase II of the SWAMP project, mapping the initial wetlands, is underway. Columbia Basin Trust has again provided funding.


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