Quiet Enjoyment Initiative Rejected by the Town of Sylvan Lake

The Sylvan Lake News reported on a decision of the Town of Sylvan Lake council on February 12 to decline a request for funding for the Quiet Enjoyment Initiative (QEI). The  QEI project of the SLWSS champions the rights of all Sylvan Lake shoreline populations to enjoy the watershed without disturbance by inconsiderate operators of …

Human noise pollution is disrupting parks and wild places

This article by Rachel Buxton, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Colorado State University, is reprinted with permission from the website "The Conversation". Click on this link for the original article: https://theconversation.com/human-noise-pollution-is-disrupting-parks-and-wild-places-78074 As transportation networks expand and urban areas grow, noise from sources such as vehicle engines is spreading into remote places. Human-caused noise has consequences for wildlife, …

Annual Meeting 2014

President Graeme Strathdee presented the following annual report on SLWSS projects and activities during the last year: Monitoring Sylvan Lake Tributaries The Golf Course Creek Project funded by the Land Stewardship Centre, and the Northwest Creek Project co-funded by the SLWSS and the member municipalities of the Sylvan Lake Management Committee have collected data on …