Join the Discussion: Update Our Watershed Action Plans
We’re talking with technical experts, First Nations, stakeholders and community members about updating our 14 Coastal Region Watershed Action Plans developed in 2011. Six workshops have been held, and we’re planning five more in May 2017. Please join the discussion. Help us update the Action Plans that guide our funding decisions and are the basis for determining the conservation and enhancement projects we support.
The renewed Watershed Action Plans will be complete by fall 2017, and will provide strategic direction for the next five years. Draft Watershed Action Plans will be posted here for review and comment before being finalized.
Stay informed. Subscribe to FWCP news and we’ll let you know more about the spring workshops and when the draft and final Watershed Action Plan is available.
Come to a spring 2017 watershed workshop
Cheakamus River Watershed (Squamish) Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Bridge-Seton River Watersheds (Lillooet) Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Shuswap River Watershed (Vernon) Thursday, May 25, 2017
Alouette River / Stave River Watershed (Mission) Monday, May 29, 2017
Coquitlam River Watershed (Port Coquitlam) Tuesday, May 30, 2017
We held discussions in several watersheds and received input on Draft Action Tables in late 2016 and early 2017. Work is underway to prepare the drafts and post there here for your review.
Ash River Watershed (Port Alberni) Jan. 10, 2017
Campbell River Watershed (Campbell River) Jan 12, 2017
Clayton Falls Watershed (webinar) Dec. 6, 2016
Clowhom River Watershed (webinar) Feb. 21, 2017
Falls River Watershed (webinar) Dec. 7, 2016
Jordan River Watershed (Sooke) Nov. 22, 2016
Puntledge River Watershed (Courtenay) Jan. 11, 2017
Wahleach Creek Watershed (webinar) March 9, 2017
Our Coastal Region
Our Coastal Region includes 14 watersheds on Vancouver Island, in the Lower Mainland, and select Coastal and Interior watersheds impacted by BC Hydro dams. Our work to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife impacted by BC Hydro dams in our Coastal Region is a voluntary initiative. In 2016-17 we invested approximately $1.9 million spread across 41 fish and wildlife projects. Learn more. Subscribe.