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Plot of Snow Water Equivalent winter 2014/2015 at Grano Creek station.

Kettle River flowing at 70 per cent of normal

Kettle River Q&A, by Kettle River Watershed Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt.

Plot of Snow Water Equivalent winter 2014/2015 at Grano Creek station.
The Speckled Dace is a small minnow found in the Kettle River watershed and western United States.

Meeting on speckled dace Feb. 16

A meeting to discuss management options for the endangered Speckled Dace minnow will take place on Monday, Feb. 16 in Westbridge.

The Speckled Dace is a small minnow found in the Kettle River watershed and western United States.

Hitting the ground running

Kettle River Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt provides a glimpse of where the work is now as it heads into the implementation stage.

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Kettle River Watershed Management Plan ready for launch

A watershed management plan for the Kettle River will be unveiled on Dec. 3 at the Christina Lake Annual Watershed Review.

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The Speckled Dace is a small minnow found in the Kettle River watershed and western United States.

Speckled dace endangered

Trout Unlimited is is supporting projects in the Kettle River with the goal of sediment reduction and riparian habitat restoration.

The Speckled Dace is a small minnow found in the Kettle River watershed and western United States.
Kettle River Watershed Management Plan Coordinator Graham Watt told elementary classes the story of Maddy the Trout; and how low water levels and high water temperatures can combine to make survival difficult.

The twisted tale of a MAD trout

A story of Maddy the trout as told to WBES students by Graham Watt, coordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan .

Kettle River Watershed Management Plan Coordinator Graham Watt told elementary classes the story of Maddy the Trout; and how low water levels and high water temperatures can combine to make survival difficult.

Open house a chance to give feedback

An invitation to look over and comment on the draft Kettle River Management Plan - now two-years in the making.

Mown grass can't hold the shoreline together in heavy rains.

Group shares ideas about water’s edge

Kettle River Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt provides a recap of what was learned at the recent meeting in Grand Forks.

Mown grass can't hold the shoreline together in heavy rains.

Water’s edge the conversation

A special public session to discuss Kettle River riparian zones from 12 to 4 next Tuesday at USCC Community Centre in Grand Forks.

Viewing the confluence of the Kettle and Granby Rivers from 2nd St Bridge.

Meeting addresses water supply

A special meeting hosted by RDKB and the Kettle River Watershed Management Stakeholder Advisory Group is scheduled for March 11.

Viewing the confluence of the Kettle and Granby Rivers from 2nd St Bridge.

Kettle River Q & A – The small place by the river

Graham Watt, coordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan, shares a poem he read at the Watersheds 2014 conference.

Kettle River Q & A – What’s next for watershed plan?

Kettle River Watershed Plan Coordinator Graham Watt provides an overview of the work to be done over the next six months.

Think outside the box

Long-term solutions may mean thinking “outside the box” in terms of how we use water across the watershed.

Brad Siemens (Grand Forks Wildlife Association) poses with a rainbow trout he is about to release.

How are fish doing in the river?

Fisheries biologist Tara White has shared a recent study on factors that limit the number of rainbow trout in the Kettle River.

Brad Siemens (Grand Forks Wildlife Association) poses with a rainbow trout he is about to release.

Will Act bring management into 21st century?

The province has released the long-awaited proposed legislation that will change the way water is managed.

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Celebrate day by cleaning Kettle

This Sunday is BC Rivers Day - an opportunity to join with others in an annual cleanup of the Kettle River.

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Kettle River Q&A for Sept. 5: Looking forward to crafting solutions

Kettle River Watershed Project Coordinator explains next step is a discussion of solutions for the issues & challenges identified so far.

The Project Co-ordinator for the Kettle River Management Plan provides insight and advice as the planning process move ahead

Kettle River Q&A for August 22: Healthy watersheds start with healthy soil

Kettle River Management Plan coordinator Graham Watt explains the imporant role healthy soil plays in water quality.

The Project Co-ordinator for the Kettle River Management Plan provides insight and advice as the planning process move ahead
The Project Co-ordinator for the Kettle River Management Plan provides insight and advice as the planning process move ahead

Fecal coliform bacteria a group of organisms

Graham Watt, Project Coordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan explains fecal coliform.

The Project Co-ordinator for the Kettle River Management Plan provides insight and advice as the planning process move ahead
Swimmers and paddlers enjoying the Kettle River downstream of Grand Forks.

Kettle River Q&A for Aug. 1: Have fun but be safe on river

Kettle and Granby River activities are part of the reason why the Boundary is so popular in the summer but be safe.

Swimmers and paddlers enjoying the Kettle River downstream of Grand Forks.