Wetlands worth saving
Our goal is to preserve vital habitat and wetlands resources in the community of Armstrong BC.
Conserving our local wetlands is a collaborative effort that involves citizens, council members, conservation organizations, First Nations, and landowners working together.
The website will be our means of communication so we can keep everyone up to date on what’s happening.
- Special Visitors are seen in the wetlandsAnyone who came to Hukulak Park and walked along the trail by Meighan Creek on Saturday were surprised, maybe enchanted to see the Special Visitors along the trail. Armstrong Wetland Association and Runaway Moon Theatre worked together on …
- Biodiversity is facing challengesThere are six major threats to biodiversity. Those pertaining to our pond project include Global Climate Change, Corridors and Connectivity and (Nature Trust British Columbia, 2022) The effects of Global Climate change include greater variability of weather patterns …
- Wetland Keepers Workshop and ensuing projectThe B C Wildlife Federation held a Wetland Keepers Workshop in Armstrong and Spallumcheen this spring. Part of the field work was in the wetlands bordering Okanagan Street. As we walked along the path by Meighan Creek, it …
OUR CURRENT OBJECTIVES
The goal of the Armstrong Wetlands Association is to conserve at least one of the remaining wetland areas in Armstrong, British Columbia.
We have received letters of support from: