A fresh set of eyes is needed on the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan.
This from Coordinator Graham Watt as nearly four years of study and consultation is now being put to the public in the form of a draft action plan.
Watt says it will shed some light on the conversations that have happened through the development of the plan.
Interested parties have till October 14th to share feedback on the plan through kettleriver.ca.
In 2010 the Regional District began looking into water planning issues such as how much water is available, what constraints are needed and the quality of the ecosystems.