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SLIPP has focused on monitoring water quality, improving compliance and enforcement and restoration of foreshore habitat.
It has been 38 years since my last trip up to the top of Crowfoot Mountain, when I went up on horseback during a trail ride with friends.
“Instructions for living a life: Pay attention, be astonished, tell about it.”
With all the attention given to the new trails in the Shuswap, it is easy to overlook the well-established ones.
After decades of desire, we finally made the nearly four-hour drive up to Tumtum Lake to camp, canoe and explore the area.
Fifty years ago Monashee Provincial Park was established, thanks to the efforts of a number of local conservationists.
It was the golden age for the Shuswap Coffee House
When the Shuswap Coffee House moved in 1978 to the new Shuswap Theatre in Tappen, it was the beginning of a golden era
The list of those speaking out to oppose the current plan by the federal government to weaken the Fisheries Act grows daily.
Certainly the size, shape, location and water quality of Shuswap Lake is one attribute.
Most of all the settlement in the Shuswap and throughout the province stems from the policy of pre-emption, also known as homesteading.
After sharing my last column about James Teit with Wendy Wickwire, a…