FEATURE PROFILE

The need for major investments in B.C.’s watershed security has never been more urgent. The B.C. government has committed to creating a B.C. Watershed Security Fund, and to do so in partnership with First Nations.

BC Watershed Security Fund: A Collaborative Vision, is a new strategic directions paper developed by a working group of 16 Indigenous and non-Indigenous people representing a diverse range of expertise and knowledge areas. The paper proposes a bold vision and 10 clear strategic directions for the creation of the Fund.

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Welcome Coree

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Coree Tull is the newest member of the   Legacy Initiative team. Coree is leading our government relations and engagement work and brings a unique mix of experience in policy, politics and advocacy.

Welcome Coree!

Mourning the Loss of Indigenous Children

WORKING FOR WATERSHEDS REPORT

The Working for Watersheds Report maps the current strength of BC's watershed sector.   From entry-level to skill, seasonal to permanent, technical to policy, and urban to rural, the watershed sector already supports British Columbians at all career stages and specialization levels. 
Working for Watersheds shows how BC can grow a world-class watershed sector built around securing, restoring, maintaining and improving the health of BC's watersheds. 

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our VISION

All BC waters are in good health by 2030, achieved through world-class watershed governance

our PARTNERS

Across BC, our partners are leading the way through cutting-edge solutions in collaborative planning, management and governance

HOW WE WORK

Through funding and other capacity support, we invest in collaborative partnerships that are advancing new and better approaches to watershed governance in British Columbia

WHAT IS WATERSHED GOVERNANCE?