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Changing roles at the Shuswap Trail Alliance
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
The Shuswap, Secwépemc Nation Territory, British Columbia – The Shuswap Trail Alliance is evolving. After 15 years at the helm helping to grow and guide the regional collaborative trail initiative, Shuswap Trail Alliance co-founder and Executive Director, Phil McIntyre-Paul, is passing over the reins to assume a new role with the organization. “I’m excited,” says Phil.
Shuswap North Okanagan Rail Trail Campaign Launch
Friday, December 4, 2020
Media Release: December 4, 2020   Shuswap North Okanagan Rail Trail Campaign Launch   The Shuswap – North Okanagan, British Columbia, Splatsin te Secwepemc - The community fundraising campaign for the Shuswap North Okanagan Rail Trail launches with a splash of colour as Askew’s Foods steps forward to be the first community partner offering up to $20,000 in matching funds!   The launch features a specially commissioned winter greeting card showcasing the natural beauty of the rail trail in winter by local artist, Otto Pfannschmidt.
The Shuswap Trail Alliance adds new trails and partnerships
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
News Release: Nov. 25, 2020   The Shuswap Trail Alliance adds new trails and partnerships   The Shuswap, British Columbia – The Shuswap Trail Alliance (STA) continues to connect local and regional leadership as they work together to develop, operate, maintain, and promote a network of non-motorized trails, waterway, and hut-to-hut routes throughout the Shuswap watershed region.
Erosion & overpass add costs to rail trail development plan
Thursday, September 10, 2020
The Shuswap – North Okanagan, Splatsin Secwepemc Nation Territory, British Columbia – After a year of research, a draft development plan for the greenway rail trail between Sicamous and Armstrong has identified some challenges that will require additional work and increase the total cost of the project. ambien insomnia tratment online A primary factor is erosion and flood stabilization work needed along the approximately 35 km of the rail bed adjacent to Sicamous Narrows, Mara Lake, Rosemond Lake, and the Shuswap River.
Secwépemc Landmarks Project receives Heritage Legacy Fund award of $10,000
Monday, August 10, 2020
Secwépemc Landmarks Project receives Heritage Legacy Fund award of $10,000   The Shuswap – North Okanagan, Secwépemc Territory, British Columbia – The Shuswap Trail Alliance and the Secwépemc Landmarks Project, with support and in partnership with Splatsín, Adams Lake Band, the Neskonlith Band, Shuswap Tourism, the City of Salmon Arm, and the Province of British Columbia, have been awarded a Heritage Legacy Fund award of $10,000 under the Heritage Awareness Program.
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