The Alouette River Management Society is dedicated to proactively protecting and improving the Alouette Watershed and surrounding areas by creating a healthy environment connecting parks, trail systems, public centers and waterways.

Volunteer supported, the Alouette River Management Society is involved in watershed inventory and monitoring, habitat restoration, public awareness and adopt-a-stream, liaising with all levels of government and private land owners, and working towards the protection of aquatic habitat. The Alouette River Management Society offers environmental education programs including fieldtrips, classroom and habitat programs, and day camps.

Download Sponsorship Flyer 

An Invitation to Support the Alouette River Management Society

How can you get involved?

Be an Event Sponsor

Choose from Fathers Day Fish Release, Ridge Meadows Rivers Day, Earth Day or OWLES (owls, wildlife and endangered species) Community Workshop.

Sponsor Projects 2018

projects include Alouette River Butterfly Gardens and Pollinators, Over Wintering Coho Fry Habitat Monitoring, Interpretive Signage and Fish Passage Education.

Support Operations

Sponsorships are needed for the day to day running of the River Heritage Centre, volunteer support and program planning,

Sponsor a Habitat box

Chickadee ($25) Pollinator Mason Bee Hive ($25) Wood Duck ($50) Screech Owl ($50) Bat Roost ($100)

Take out a Sponsoring Membership

We offer sponsoring memberships at the $500 and $1000 level.

Sponsorship Opportunities

2018 Sponsors – Thank you!

The Hancock Family – Coho Silver $1000 John Thomson – Pink Partners $440 Terry Conn – Pink Partners $336.50  Patagonia Vancouver – Chum Bronze $610 Nancy Trethewy Estate – Coho Silver $1500
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1st Annual Fundraiser, a success!

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