The Slocan Wetland Assessment & Monitoring Project (SWAMP) is a collaborative project between the Slocan Lake Stewardship Society (SLSS), the Slocan River Streamkeepers Society (SRSS) and the Slocan Solutions Society (SSS), working in conjunction with the BC Wildlife Federation. SWAMP’s purpose is to map, assess and monitor existing wetlands in the Slocan Valley Watershed; to prioritize resources; and to share findings in order to inform the protection and restoration activities of associated groups and government agencies.

Species at Risk in the Slocan Watershed (SWAMP 2017). Click to download report.

If you are interested in reports and studies from previous years we encourage you to Click here to visit SWAMPs website.