On the front lines of  preventing invasive mussels in the Okanagan

On the front lines of preventing invasive mussels in the Okanagan

Home/Canada/On the front lines of the invasive mussel war Canada On the front lines of the invasive mussel war walterpallad4 weeks ago By Don Urquhart, Times Chronicle This is part one of a two part series on the fight to keep B.C.’s waters free of invasive...

KEEPING LAKES MUSSEL FREE

KEEPING LAKES MUSSEL FREE

Osoyoos Lake Water Society hosting public education event on how to keep Osoyoos Lake free of Invasive Mussels Casey Richardson - Aug 17, 2022 / 7:00 pm | Story, Castanet, Penticton Efforts to educate Osoyoos Lake users on how to keep it free of Invasive Mussels are...

Save the Date August 20 @ 10 for Clean Drain & Dry Demo

Save the Date August 20 @ 10 for Clean Drain & Dry Demo

Save the date - August 20th @10 AM and learn how you can ensure that your watercraft, fishing gear, kayak, canoe, jetski, paddleboard, sailboat etc. are free of invasive mussels and following the CLEAN DRAIN & DRY protocols.

Big push to stop invasive mussels at the border

Big push to stop invasive mussels at the border

Posted by Times Chronicle | Jul 22, 2022 | Featured, Regional | 0  Invasive Mussel Defence Program seeks to identify and quarantine contaminated water-faring vessels before they reach the province. (File photo) By Madeline...

Okanagan Basin Water Board advocates millions for water management

Okanagan Basin Water Board advocates millions for water management

Okanagan water board advocates millions for water management Okanagan Basin Water Board points to three key issues BARRY GERDINGJul. 12, 2022 5:00 p.m. The propeller of a motorized boat encrusted with invasive mussels. Zebra and Quagga mussels can thrive in tiny...