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Looking forward to the New Year can spark us to ponder about what the future holds for the Shuswap.
Nature deficit disorder may be more of a metaphor than a legitimate physiological or psychological condition
The Shuswap Trail Alliance, in conjunction with the CSRD, is always on the lookout for new trail opportunities
Given the elevated concerns about mine tailings after the Mt. Polley disaster, I recently took advantage of the opportunity…
Produced by the environmental consulting firm, Tri-Star, the 2014 SLIPP Water Quality Report examines tributaries
Columnist reflects on the historical importance of salmon to First Nations people in B.C.
Prior to European contact, the Secwepemc people had their own spiritual beliefs and customs based on respect for all life and nature
CSRD agriculture strategy to help bolster local food production.
The Shuswap is fortunate to have so many unique and diverse regional district parks, from trails to playgrounds, beaches, bike parks…
The ’90s was a unique decade in British Columbia, when environmental conflicts made headlines
Until recently, the Shuswap has missed out on the opportunities that arise from the development of long-distance corridor trails
In the early 1880s, Kamloops was still a small cattle town with only one school
The Shuswap Environmental Action Society (SEAS) recently celebrated its 25th anniversary
The Monashees, once called the Gold Range, have the ability to trap moisture from the Pacific and create high snowpacks.
The Shuswap has a fascinating geological past, as below our feet is a section of a Precambrian craton called the Shuswap terrane
It is rare for a Shuswap resident to achieve provincial or national recognition for the contributions they have made to society
It was not until 1865 that a fairly accurate depiction of Shuswap Lake appeared in famed surveyor Walter Moberly’s journal.
The 2012 book, British Columbia, A New Historical Atlas by Derek Hayes provides an insightful look at the history of the province
Some residents have referred to the lakes as drinking water reservoirs due to their interest in maintaining high water quality
One way to gauge the environmental health of the Shuswap is by understanding how well rare species are fairing