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Lake Enhancement Committee

The Lake Enhancement Working Group was formed in 2007 to protect Logan Lake for the future, provide social and recreational benefits, and to foster habitat for small animals, birds, and fish. The Group, with funding from partners, and in coordination with the BCIT Ecological Restoration Program, has successfully restored some of the wetlands on the golf course, and is in planning for the next 3 years of wetland creation and restoration along the lake inlet channel through the golf course.

Some of the other projects the group has completed include: stocked the lake with triploid rainbow trout; resurrected the spawning channel; provided informational signage; installed riparian planting; maintained the lake aeration system; monitored water quality and surface flow into the lake; and has constructed and maintained 4 bio-rafts that are a refuge for birds and improve water quality in the lake.

Committee Members

District of Logan Lake Councillors and Staff

Ministry of Environment

Ducks Unlimited

Teck Highland Valley Copper

Larratt Aquatics Consulting

Highland Valley Outdoor Association

Christmas Bird Count

Funding Partners

District of Logan Lake, 2007-Present

Teck Highland Valley Copper, 2007-Present

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation, 2011, 2013-2015

Environment Canada Wetland Fund, 2016

Public Conservation Assistance Fund, 2016

Highland Valley Enhancement Fund, 2016

Wetlands 2015

Meadow Creek Golf Course

The work completed on the wetlands for 2015 was completed by a group of students from the BC Intitute of Technology as well as numerous volunteers from Logan Lake.

Councillor Chong, Chairperson District of Logan Lake
PO Box 190
#1 Opal Drive
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
Wade Archambault, Director of Public Works and Recreation District of Logan Lake
PO Box 190
6880 Hwy 97D
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
250-523-2755 or 250-318-7655
Jacqui Martell, Administrative Assistant District of Logan Lake
PO Box 190
120 Chartrand Place
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
250-523-2315 ext. 102

Download Documents

Please see the documents below for information on the Wetlands Project that is ongoing at the Meadow Creek Golf Course.