Aquatic Vegetation and Management Study

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The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) is investigating the possibility of conducting mechanical removal of aquatic vegetation at Charlie Lake, Swan Lake and One Island Lake to address concerns from lake users regarding the presence of excess aquatic vegetation.

This project is in the early stages of planning and feasibility, including the development of an Environmental Management Plan to minimize potential environmental impacts and obtain provincial permitting.

Consulting with lake users and collecting feedback is an important part of this process! To engage with this project, please take 8-20 minutes to review the FAQs, and complete the user survey and user vegetation maps in the tabs below.

The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) is investigating the possibility of conducting mechanical removal of aquatic vegetation at Charlie Lake, Swan Lake and One Island Lake to address concerns from lake users regarding the presence of excess aquatic vegetation.

This project is in the early stages of planning and feasibility, including the development of an Environmental Management Plan to minimize potential environmental impacts and obtain provincial permitting.

Consulting with lake users and collecting feedback is an important part of this process! To engage with this project, please take 8-20 minutes to review the FAQs, and complete the user survey and user vegetation maps in the tabs below.

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Charlie Lake

over 1 year

Help identify area(s) of Charlie Lake that you feel are a concern for excessive vegetation, and that could benefit from mechanical removal.

Drop pin(s) using the + button.

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Swan Lake

over 1 year

Help identify area(s) of Swan Lake that you feel are a concern for excessive vegetation, and that could benefit from mechanical removal.

Drop pin(s) using the + button.

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One Island Lake

over 1 year

Help identify area(s) of One Island Lake that you feel are a concern for excessive vegetation, and that could benefit from mechanical removal. 

Drop pin(s) using the + button.

Page last updated: 12 Apr 2024, 10:34 AM