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

See what we do in pictures! Contributed by our various members, a picture is worth a thousand words!




CBWN NEWS

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  • Putting “Fun” Back Into Fundraising and other non-profit workshops

    The College of the Rockies and Selkirk College joined with the Columbia Basin Trust to provide workshops on privacy and record-keeping, […Read More]

  • September Columbia Connector

    Check out the latest in watershed news across the Columbia Basin here! Have it sent directly to your inbox! Subscribe […Read More]

NETWORK & MEMBER NEWS

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  • CBT new report: Community Engagement in Watershed Governance

    CBT releases new report on Watershed Governance [quote from cbt.org] The Lake Windermere Ambassadors are one of the groups highlighted […Read More]

  • CBWN Webinars: Sharing the Kettle Recording Now Available

      Sharing the Kettle: The Kettle River Management Plan and Authority, from Idea to Implementation Graham Watt and Roly Russell […Read More]

WATER NEWS

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  • Putting “Fun” Back Into Fundraising and other non-profit workshops

    The College of the Rockies and Selkirk College joined with the Columbia Basin Trust to provide workshops on privacy and record-keeping, […Read More]

  • All Kootenay Watersheds Alliance Update

    All Kootenay Watersheds Alliance [submitted] The All Kootenay Watersheds Alliance (AKWA) held its second meeting on June 18th near Nelson. […Read More]