Lower Mainland

Lower Mainland Lake Stewardship Groups

Lower Mainland Region Director – Irene Calbick


Brohm Lake Stewardship Group


Cultus Lake Stewardship Society

The goal of Cultus Lake Stewardship Society (CLASS) is to preserve and protect the health of the lake and its watershed.  We engage science, traditional knowledge, and social/recreational values to discover the nature, heritage, and value of Cultus Lake.  We see a lake that is a thriving eco-system that supports a high level of quality of life for the natural habitat and the social, recreational, and economic use of the lake, for generations to come.

www.cultusstewards.ca


Hatzic Watershed Restoration Society


Whistler Fisheries Stewardship Group

The Whistler Fisheries Stewardship Group (WFSG) is a charitable organization that was originally formed in 1996 by members of the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), Whistler Rotary Club, Whistler Angling Club, Whistler Blackcomb, Whistler Golf Course, Nicklaus North Golf Course, the Chateau Whistler Golf Course and the Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment (AWARE).

The WFSG’s mandate is to restore the health of Whistler’s watersheds to their utmost potential for people and fish through community partnerships, advocacy, education and projects. The WFSG is run by a board of 6 directors, which represent Whistler Blackcomb, the Rotary Club, Whistler Angling Club, AWARE, and independent members, with administration and project management run by the Resort Municipality of Whistler stewardship department. Projects that the group are involved with include instream habitat enhancement programs, water quality monitoring, public outreach, and events organization.


Whistler Lakes Conservation Association

Purpose

  • To work with and to cooperate with the RMOW in dealing with noise, pollution, and safety issues on the Whistler Lakes;
  • To collaborate with the RMOW and the Province of BC on dock management strategy;
  • To take any appropriate action to promote and practice conservation and environmental protection on Whistler Lakes.

www.whistlerlakes.ca