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CLSS Community Stewardship Resource Centre

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1675 Highway 3, Christina Lake, BC, Canada V0H 1E2
1675 Highway 3 Christina Lake British Columbia V0H 1E2 CA

The Christina Lake Stewardship Society (CLSS) is a non-profit charitable organization which was established in 2001 (Committee Est. 1994). Over the years the Society has been involved in several programs, projects and special events to help conserve and protect the quality and health of the Christina Lake watershed. Our activities are based on the recommendations provided by our annual watershed management plan review, public outreach and results from our ongoing lake inventory monitoring project. Currently, we have information kiosks located by the Nature Park, Texas Creek Boat Launch, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) Boat Launch, and Sandner Creek (boat access only). The CLSS Community Stewardship Resource Centre (our office and Interpretive Gallery) is located within the Nature Park at the Welcome Centre. Several programs have been developed through the Centre such as the Young Stewards of the Boundary, our Annual Lake Clean Up Day and Wild Safe BC. We facilitate workshops on key interests and issues. The CLSS also monitors Sutherland, McRae and Sander Creeks and conducts annual enumerations for stream and shore spawning Kokanee. We also monitor our lake for zebra and quagga mussels using substrate sampling kits provided by Portland State University and our water quality monitoring and sampling program is performed in partnership with the BC Ministry of Environment.

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Mailing Address
Box 373, Christina Lake, BC, Canada V0H 1E0
Accessibility
Yes
Kid Friendly
Yes
Operating Season
Year Round
Pet Policy

Pet friendly, pets allowed on-leash through side entrance.

RV Parking

Yes – large parking lot.

Setting

Located inside the Christina Lake Welcome Centre, steps away from the lake and walking distance to most shopping and services.