Renaissance Brome Lake released its 2013 Activities Report the last week of March, as well as the principal projects it plans to carry out in 2014. On this occasion, RBL and its board members were joined by many of the key players involved in the protection of the watershed: elected officials from various municipal governments, decision-makers, municipal officers, representatives from various associations and researchers, commercial partners and major donors.
This gathering of some 40 participants helped strengthen already-established contacts in the fight to improve water quality; and it also presented an excellent occasion to make public the results of last year’s fish inventory of Brome Lake. The overall health of the lake was also presented in great detail.
Renaissance Brome Lake is convinced that the focused attention provided by all the various stakeholders can make a real difference and lead to an improvement of the quality of water in the lake and its tributaries.
The principal results, the fish and health of the lake and the operating budget of RBL will be highlighted at the Annual General Assembly (AGA) which will be held on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the community centre on Victoria Street, starting at 9h30. Everyone is welcome to attend. You can consult the summary report.
RLB 2013 Summary Report (334)