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Newest ProjectImproving Terms of Reference for Environmental Reports
This project brings together land use planners and qualified environmental professionals (QEPs) to develop an enhanced environmental planning process, improve staff coordination across the region, and provide standardized and more rigorous environmental assessments by QEPs.
Conservation Planning Tool
It is increasingly important for local governments, Indigenous communities, and the province to have tools to better understand and monitor land changes. Land development has heavily impacted Okanagan Valley ecosystems and what remains is at risk of further fragmentation and loss.
Kalamalka and Wood Lake: Boat Impact Study (2017)
OCCP is pleased to announce the release of the Kalamalka and Wood Lake Boat Impact Study on Source Waters. Regional growth and increased boating activity has generated interest and need for comprehensive and scientific analysis of the potential impacts of boating activity on water source protection.
Foreshore Inventory Mapping
Foreshore Inventory Mapping often referred to as FIM is a geo-referenced record of the foreshore. It provides a baseline for regulatory monitoring and enforcement, future restoration, and estimating the cumulative impact of development on species such as kokanee.