Sensitive Habitat Inventory and Mapping – Kelowna City Streams (3 grants)

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City of Kelowna

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Sensitive Habitat Inventory Mapping (SHIM) is intended as a standard for fish and aquatic habitat mapping in urban and rural watersheds in residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial and recreational land use areas in British Columbia. This method ensures the collection and mapping of reliable, high quality, current and spatially accurate information about local freshwater habitats and watercourses.

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Bruce Creek, Simpson’s Spring, Varty Creek, Bertram Creek, Lebanon Creek, Cedar Creek, Leon Creek, Rembler Creek, Bellevue Creek, Thompson Creek, Michaelbrook Creek, Hachey Creek, Priest Creek, Wilson Creek, Rumohr Creek, Fascieux Creek, Dewdney Creek, KLO Creek, Hydraulic Creek, Gopher Creek, Francis Brook, Brandt Creek, Bauer Brook, Campbell Industry Creek,  Mill Creek, Scotty Creek, Whelan Creek, Upper Vernon Creek.

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