MILFOIL HUNTER TO PATROL OSOYOOS LAKE

Eurasian Milfoil in Osoyoos Lake will have a new 'predator' this summer with the introduction of a new rototiller that removes milfoil from the lake bed. We could be seeing this Milfoil 'predator' soon after Osoyoos Lake levels return to normal, allowing this large...

Annual Burger & Beer Fundraiser Feb 3rd, 5-8 PM Sage Pub, Osoyoos

Our sincere apology regarding the changing of the date for our annual Burger and Beer Fundraiser to Feb 3 from Jan 20. We did not request the change - the Sage Pub made the change to accommodate their own in-house party. We will honour your tickets purchased for...

Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Status and Trends

In our ongoing attempts to educate and inform residents of the south Okanagan about the importance of Osoyoos Lake  to the economy of Osoyoos-Oliver area, and the province of British Columbia, the OLWQS invited Michael Sokal, Ph.D. Impact Assessment Biologist,...

What you can do to protect Osoyoos Lake

How you can make a difference in protecting Osoyoos Lake.   Participate! The Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society (OLWQS) was one of several local organizations that volunteered their time to raise aware about local organizations looking for new members to make a...

Walnut Beach Resort steps up to the plate for OLWQS

The OLWQS is very grateful to the Walnut Beach Resort and its General Manager, Don Brogan (r) for stepping up to offer much needed docking space for our pontoon boat.  From Walnut Beach Resort, our pontoon boat navigated by boat Captains such a Stu Wells (l) is able...

OLWQS in Cherry Fiesta Parade

Many thanks to Bob Sherwood and his family who used his lake blue convertible to showcase OLWQS and its message to love and protect our lake. (Photo courtesy of Brian Bousquet)

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'...