The staff gauge showing the water level in the wetland on August 23, 2019.
Biologist Darcie Quamme and her team monitoring the wetland project July 23, 2019
GT Wetland Restoration Project May 17, 2019
Map of wetland restoration project
Mosquito monitoring at the wetland restoration projects in the Slocan Valley
The ephemeral wetlands are now full May 18, 2019
Students from Sequoia Learning Centre in Crescent Valley planting a large number of native sedges, rushes, trees and shrubs. Many thanks for your help today! May 9, 2019
Pacific Chorus Frog swimming in the wetlands May 9, 2019
Western Toad swimming in the wetlands May 9, 2019
The swallows are appreciating the new nesting boxes! May 9, 2019
Water plantain (Alisma )
Students from Winlaw Elementary School came out with their teacher to plant sedges and rushes at the wetland restoration project on April 15. The nine Grade 6 students planted 130 native sedges and rushes from seven species that included: Juncus tenuis, Scirpus microcarpus, Carex lenticularis, Carex mentensii, Carex aquatilus, Carex rostrata and Juncus effussus.
Winlaw Elementary School students planting sedges. April 15, 2019
photo credit: Dominique Monnier
Installing nesting boxes for swallows. April 5, 2019
Wetland Restoration Project January 2019
The Slocan River Streamkeepers would like to thank all the funders, supporters, land owners and volunteers for their support for this wetland restoration project.
Thanks to all our funders and supporters!
This project was funded by Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) and Columbia Basin Trust (CBT)
Additional funding was provided by WWF and Loblaws Water Fund with support from Columbia Basin Watershed Network (CBWN)
and Slocan Integral Forestry Cooperative (SIFCo)
and with the support of
BC Wildlife Federation Wetlands Education Program
Selkirk College Geospatial Research Centre
Slocan Wetlands Assessment and Monitoring Project (SWAMP)