John Hart Lake, McIvor Lake, Buttle Lake, Campbell Lake and Upper Campbell Lake> Five Lakes ,three dams and 1822 square kilometres of watershed makes the City of Campbell River exceptionally fortunate when it comes to fresh clean water. Lets protect it for future generations.Read More
Five Lakes ,three dams and 1822 square kilometers of watershed makes the City of Campbell River very fortunate when it comes to fresh clean water. Lets protect it for future generations.Read More
The City of Campbell River is in the Coastal Western Hemlock Biogeoclimactic Zone giving rise to copious amounts of rain fall providing an ample watershed.Read More
Ways and means to reduce the amount of water used for lawn and garden watering. Simple steps can be taken to save or reduce the amount of water that we use.Read More
Believe it or not, water management no matter where you are, costs money, the more water we use the more it costs to manage, so it isn’t just about saving the environment, smart water use can also save us money.
Helping to protect our watershed could be as simple as NOT allowing your dog to swim in John Hart Lake, or suggesting to someone to NOT drive their ATV through a sensitive zone.Read More
What can we do to help minimize our impact on the watershed. Here are some very simple guidelines in Boating, Swimming, Trial Use and Camping.Read More
What comprises the City of Campbell River’s watershed zone? Have you ever thought about where your drinking water really comes from?Read More