OUTREACH -some highlights 2021

January 20, 2022 If you are new to PWPA, the board or just unable to keep abreast, here is smattering of some of the MEDIA and IN PERSON OUTREACH achieved by PWPA in 2021.  What’s most remarkable is the variety; from television, to international publications,...

Member Profile: Judy Wyper

I lived in the forestry town of Prince George for 33 years as wife, mother, and elementary school teacher. Surrounded by lodgepole pines, we lived on 5 acres as well as a property at Cluculz Lake and loved tending our part of the forest.  In 2003 we retired to...

2021 AGM Update Post

The 2021 AGM was a success, with a full socially distanced and masked crowd at the Little School House. Special Guest Speaker Presentation: Thomas Martin presentation on clear-cut logging and wildfires Agenda View the Agenda PWPA Presentations Presentation by Taryn...

Welcome to the Haunted Forest of the Watershed

The horrors taking place in Peachland’s forests are far too scary for little trick or treaters, and grownups alike – no, we wouldn’t want to ruin your Halloween festivities by exposing you this nightmare. But we are bringing a special Haunted Forest...

Watershed Security Fund Budget Presentations

On September 29, 2021, PWPA made a presentation to the Budget Committee of BC Ministry of Finance. The presentation was in support of providing funding for $75 million annually for a permanent Watershed Security Fund. PWPA director Alex Morrison presented for PWPA,...

Clear-cuts and Wildfires

This summer, the wildfires hit too close to home for us in Peachland. We more than appreciated the efforts of all involved in keeping the fires at bay, even the loggers with all their heavy equipment creating fire breaks. It was a great moment for the logging industry...