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Kettle River Q&A, by Kettle River Watershed Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt.
A meeting to discuss management options for the endangered Speckled Dace minnow will take place on Monday, Feb. 16 in Westbridge.
Kettle River Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt provides a glimpse of where the work is now as it heads into the implementation stage.
A watershed management plan for the Kettle River will be unveiled on Dec. 3 at the Christina Lake Annual Watershed Review.
Trout Unlimited is is supporting projects in the Kettle River with the goal of sediment reduction and riparian habitat restoration.
A story of Maddy the trout as told to WBES students by Graham Watt, coordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan .
An invitation to look over and comment on the draft Kettle River Management Plan - now two-years in the making.
Kettle River Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt provides a recap of what was learned at the recent meeting in Grand Forks.
A special public session to discuss Kettle River riparian zones from 12 to 4 next Tuesday at USCC Community Centre in Grand Forks.
A special meeting hosted by RDKB and the Kettle River Watershed Management Stakeholder Advisory Group is scheduled for March 11.
Graham Watt, coordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan, shares a poem he read at the Watersheds 2014 conference.
Kettle River Watershed Plan Coordinator Graham Watt provides an overview of the work to be done over the next six months.
Long-term solutions may mean thinking “outside the box” in terms of how we use water across the watershed.
Fisheries biologist Tara White has shared a recent study on factors that limit the number of rainbow trout in the Kettle River.
The province has released the long-awaited proposed legislation that will change the way water is managed.
This Sunday is BC Rivers Day - an opportunity to join with others in an annual cleanup of the Kettle River.
Kettle River Watershed Project Coordinator explains next step is a discussion of solutions for the issues & challenges identified so far.
Kettle River Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt explains the imporant role healthy soil plays in water quality.
Graham Watt, Project Coordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan explains fecal coliform.
Kettle and Granby River activities are part of the reason why the Boundary is so popular in the summer but be safe.