Three new members join Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society Board

Following its Annual General Meeting earlier this week, the Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society formed its new Board of directors for 2017-18 that include three new directors. “Several Board members including long-time directors Stu Wells and Denis Potter as well as...

Denis Potter retires from OLWQS Board

In acknowledgement of his 23 years on the Board of Directors of the OLWQS, Denis Potter was presented with a framed retirement picture of Osoyoos Lake. read more

OLWQS receives Community Services Grant from Town of Osoyoos

Kudos to the Town of Osoyoos for awarding the OLWQS with a Community Service Grant of $2000 to upgrade its online communications. Board member Denis Potter proudly displays the cheque in front of Town of Osoyoos offices and the Society's recently launched 'Pitch In'...

Good news for Osoyoos Lake

A just-purchased 90-acre section of south Okanagan land located adjacent to highway 97 will be part of a wetlands restoration project that will foster clean water and help endangered wildlife around Osoyoos Lake.  read...

Join OLWQS today!

Osoyoos Lakes Water Quality Society has created new information folder about the role of OLWQS. Join us today and be a part of the...

Local group serious about protecting Osoyoos Lake

On Saturday, April 1, volunteers from the Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society and concerned local residents will begin the process of attaching “Protect our Lake - Pitch In” decals on garbage cans in key areas of Osoyoos. “We are committed to protecting and preserving...