No Invasive Clams found at Legion Beach

No Invasive Clams found at Legion Beach

Great news – OLWQS volunteers Dave Kumka and Adrian Cwikowski conducted thorough sample testings for invasive clams at Legion Beach and found none. IMPACT & RISKS Invasive clams can rapidly reproduce with densities reaching 10,000 per square meter They can...
OLWQS volunteers trained to find Invasive Clams

OLWQS volunteers trained to find Invasive Clams

Volunteers from the Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society were trained this week at Legion Beach in Osoyoos on how to conduct shoreline surveys to look for invasive clams by the Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society (OASISS). Infestations of these...
New signage for Research Pontoon Boat

New signage for Research Pontoon Boat

Directors of the Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society proudly show off the new signage on the exterior of the Pontoon cover that protects boat from the elements and bird droppings.Left to right are: Dave Kumka, Maxine Boxwell and Barb Chipperfield.
OLWQS elects new slate of Directors for 2021-22

OLWQS elects new slate of Directors for 2021-22

“This past year was like no other for our Society,” says Birgit Arnstein, President, OLWQS. “We adhered to all the health and safety protocols, and managed our communications via email and telephone calls.  And, while we were not able to conduct any of our fund...