Stewardship Center Open Houses
Next one will also be the annual Goodbye Chums event April 29th.  
 January 2018 newsletter online


Track Kanaka Creek water levels here:

Tracking Workshop, March 18, 2018 

Goodbye Chums 2018, Sunday April 29th, 11AM to 3PM   
There is a new addition at Bell-Irving Hatchery. Cecil Tayes put his considerable wood working skills into making this amazing bench.
World Rivers Day 2017
photos online
Return of the Salmon 2017

Photos online
Goodbye Chums 2016


KEEPS Photo of Week

Bearly believable


We welcome photo submissions to this site. Pictures depicting the Kanaka watershed will be given top priority, but other photos may be posted at the discretion of the webmaster. Send your pictures to r.davies(at)
Previous event photos available here  

Thank you volunteers!

KEEPS and the Bell-Irving Hatchery have greatly appreciated the volunteer help we have been receiving. To make a long story short, you guys rock! For more information, contact us at 604-970-8404.


Environmental Education Programs.

Spring is arriving in the watershed, as the forest begins to come to life.

For more information, check out the Education Programs button to the left, or the following links:

Program photos

Program brochure

Teacher's package

Insect sampling at the Stewardship Center, November 6, 2017.

Spencer Creek / SRT program

Spencer Creek has again looked good all this past winter. What will spring bring?



Local weather information


  Kanaka Creek weather records, available here 


Last updated on: March 19, 2018