FOREST MARCH 2020 RECAP

PWPA Organizes Peachland’s Forest March for 2020 Friday September 18 was a province-wide day of action for watershed and forest defenders in British Columbia.  The objective was to make our collective voices heard and to promote a new forest framework – a new way of...

2020 Board of Directors

New Board of Directors PWPA is a young organization, but we’re growing fast as stresses on our watershed continue and accumulate. To facilitate the different aspects of our mission and goals, PWPA re-organized this year, and with our new more effective...
BC Green’s concerned about watershed governance

BC Green’s concerned about watershed governance

In August, MLA Adam Olsen included a stop in Peachland as part of his Okanagan Valley tour to learn more about the impact of resource harvesting on our water quality. PWPA hosted a long-table lunch with representatives from Summerland and Peachland. Olsen is the...
Forest management could be causing more harm than good

Forest management could be causing more harm than good

Courtesy CBC News A University of British Columbia researcher is taking a closer look at the impact of current forest management strategies — and how they could be causing more harm than good. Lori Daniels, professor of forestry and conservation sciences, is...