Bow River Trout Foundation has an annual membership fee of $25.00. Memberships are valid from April 1 to March 31 every year.
Your membership to Bow River Trout Foundation will:
- Allow you to work closely with like-minded individuals to advocate and give back to one of North America’s greatest fisheries.
- Support of new and improved river access in and downstream of Calgary.
- Advocacy for aquatic species, flow management and management regulations.
- Your membership also helps support special projects such as: Policeman’s Flats upkeep and revitalization, Fishing Line recycling bins and Whirling Disease Research.
“The Leading Voice for the Bow River Fishery”.
Bow River Trout Foundation has engaged with Calgary’s River Access Strategy to support development of new boat ramps on the Bow River. Ogden Bridge will be developed in 2020. Details of the planned developments can be found at the following link. Priority Access Sites. Each site will cost approximately $500,000 of which river users are asked to contribute $75,000 to each site development. The balance paid by the City of Calgary.
Bow River Trout Foundation has forged an agreement with Sherbrooke Investments Ltd, the property owner, to develop Policeman’s Flats boat access site that was devastated by the 2013 flood. A three phase development has taken place to remove instream rocks that were hazardous to access to the river. Upgrades to the parking area and amenities were added. The total cost of the project was more than $30,000. Maintenance of the site will be continued into the future.