Do you want to know more about the Salt Spring Island Fresh Water Catalogue (SSIFWC) project or about how to get involved?
The following downloadable document provides a short briefing about our SSIFWC project and a questionnaire for potential volunteers.
Your answers to the short SSIFWC questionnaire will help us identify which volunteer role(s) may be best suited to you. If you are interested in being involved, please complete this form and forward to the project coordinator at email@example.com.
The following “RAM pump” 101 sketch accompanies a Water Preservation Society "Topical Tips" article in the Gulf Islands Driftwood on water catchment. Find It Here.
Fellow water-conscious folks,
As a way of introduction, I would like to use this blog post as a way to say “Hi,” to tell you a little about myself, and to provide an outline of what I plan to do as a volunteer within the Salt Spring Island Water Protection Society (WPS).
The SSI Water Preservation Society is a non-profit society that has been working to protect the water and watersheds of Salt Spring’s drinking-water lakes since 1982. The Society also owns and manages 272 forested acres on the slopes west of St. Mary Lake now protected by a conservation covenant.