The Columbia Basin Watershed Network Society is the go-to hub for watershed groups to find information, training or connections, and a voice for watershed stewardship across the Basin.

RECENT NEWS

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CALENDAR

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PHOTO GALLERY

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CBWN NEWS

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  • CBWN Water Monitoring Collaboration Fund

    The Columbia Basin Watershed Network micro grant is now open for applications! Please open this link for the intake form. […Read More]

  • 2019 Spring meeting and AGM (April 27, 2019 Cranbrook College of the Rockies)

    Spring meeting agenda and speaker bios Bringing 40 year’s experience in fundraising, journalism and corporate communications, Lorna Visser, Principal of […Read More]

  • May Columbia Connector 🌷

    CBWN Spring meeting stories! Welcome to our new Board and mapping intern; harlequin ducks, blockchain technology, robots for water monitoring […Read More]

  • STREAM (Sequencing the Rivers for Environmental Assessment and Monitoring)

    STREAM (Sequencing the Rivers for Environmental Assessment and Monitoring) DNA, is a new community-based project which involves the collection of […Read More]

NETWORK & MEMBER NEWS

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  • May Columbia Connector 🌷

    CBWN Spring meeting stories! Welcome to our new Board and mapping intern; harlequin ducks, blockchain technology, robots for water monitoring […Read More]

  • STREAM (Sequencing the Rivers for Environmental Assessment and Monitoring)

    STREAM (Sequencing the Rivers for Environmental Assessment and Monitoring) DNA, is a new community-based project which involves the collection of […Read More]

WATER NEWS

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  • How island waters ‘breathe’ carbon

    A new Yale study reveals important insights into the factors that influence the release of greenhouse gases from rivers and […Read More]

  • Flathead Bio Station Awarded NASA Grant to Track Aquatic Invasive Species

    University of Montana researchers receive funding to increase early detection invasive species By Tristan Scott Preventing invasive species from wreaking […Read More]