PWPA Receives Outreach Grant

PWPA applied for a grant from the District of Peachland to help bolster our community outreach and communication activities. We were successful is obtaining a $1000 grant to support these efforts. Specifically, this grant will help to raise community awareness of the...

Little Known Facts about ASPEN

The Aspen tree (Populus tremuloides), found in abundance in our watershed, is a unique tree species because it’s the only tree whose bark photosynthesizes – normally in plants the leaves perform this function. Bark photosynthesis in aspen takes place all year round....

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...

PWPA’s Statement on COVID-19

May 15, 2020 The Peachland Watershed Protection Alliance (PWPA) is a community organization dedicated to protecting the source of Peachland’s drinking water. We take protecting our water and our community seriously and with the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, we...