Ice on Charlie Lake - November 18 2009!
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Who are we?
The Society is a group of volunteers who are interested in the conservation and remediation of the ecosystem of the Charlie Lake watershed, such that it can better meet the needs of the natural and human communities.
Where are we?
Charlie Lake is located in
northeastern British Columbia approximately 9 km northwest of the City of
Fort St. John. The lake is 14 km long and covers over 2000 hectares.
Charlie Lake is a favorite spot for many activities including, boating,
fishing, and swimming, plus many winter activities. It is home of Charlie
and Beatton Provincial Parks and the Ross H. Maclean Rotary
How did we start?
The Charlie Lake Conservation Society was granted society status by the province of British Columbia on January 20, 1997 and has been involved in various conservation projects.
The Charlie Lake Conservation Society provides environmental information and community activities in great part due the valued participation of volunteers like you. Please consider joining and being part of the Society. You will enjoying meeting new people and working together to enhance the beauty of Charlie Lake and its watershed.
Annual membership fees are $10. Any
donation is gratefully accepted.
For more information, please
and many individuals and local businesses
There have been visits to Our Site
since October 8, 2003
(Last revision Nov 28, 2009)