Boundary Watershed News & Events

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A look at what's happening in the Boundary watersheds and with the Boundary Integrated Watershed Service. A spot to tell us what you are seeing in our watersheds, what's important and room to share ideas on how to make things better. We've added links (right hand side of the page) to local mapping sites, climate change projections and RDKB Watershed reports.

A look at what's happening in the Boundary watersheds and with the Boundary Integrated Watershed Service. A spot to tell us what you are seeing in our watersheds, what's important and room to share ideas on how to make things better. We've added links (right hand side of the page) to local mapping sites, climate change projections and RDKB Watershed reports.

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  • Drought Forum

    3 months ago
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    As we hopefully move through the June heat wave, it is looking like we are now shifting into what could be a hot and dry summer. Comments are being heard about low water levels and impacts throughout the Boundary region. The RDKB will be meeting biweekly with the Provincial drought monitoring team as long as conditions warrant it. The RDKB's role is to help bring information from the Boundary to the Provincial drought classification level decision makers.

    Is there low water impact information that you would like the Province to be aware of? Are you noticing low water impacts already? Please provide your information/observations below.  



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