Welcome Heather Magusin – Field Research Assistant

Welcome Heather Magusin – Field Research Assistant

Xwulqw’selu Connections welcomes our newest teammate Heather Magusin. They are working alongside PhD Candidate Kristina Disney this summer to study the connection between groundwater and Xwulqw’selu Sta’lo’ through measurements of temperature,...
Info Session June 3

Info Session June 3

We’d love to meet you! On June 3, come to Bright Angel Park at 4528 Tigwell Rd between 11:30-2:30 to meet the research team and folks who have volunteered as a Streamflow Monitor in previous summers. Watch a demo of what’s involved with streamflow...
What is your watershed moment?

What is your watershed moment?

Tell us about a time when you made a new connection with water. It was a turning point. Did you notice something special? Did you learn something fascinating? Did you enjoy the company of others?   We’d love to hear about it.  This year, we’re asking about the...
Join a Stream Team and make connections you will never forget

Join a Stream Team and make connections you will never forget

Residents in the Xwulqw’selu watershed are teaming up to monitor the flow of water in local streams this summer.   Could this be you?   Connect with the place you call home. Connect with other people and enjoy visiting the watershed together. Connect with water...
Team reflections on recent Xwulqw’selu Connections workshop

Team reflections on recent Xwulqw’selu Connections workshop

On December 5th 2022, Xwuqlw’selu Connections held a small hybrid (online and in-person at the HUB) workshop for folks involved in the Water Sustainability Planning work to learn more about how our project might support and connect to their future plans. We are...