Reports & Documents

1.Calgary River Users Alliance(CRUA) conducted a review of Calgary boat launches in 2016. Suggestions for infrastructure improvements are documented. River Access Review & Proposal (Rev May 31)

2. The Economic Importance of Recreational River Use to the City of Calgary. This document was presented to Calgary City Councillors in support of the Motion to Council” Calgary River Access Strategy” crua-economic-position-statement-to-city-of-calgary-revise-19-may-2016 (1)

3.The Need for a River Recreation Management Plan. This document was presented to Calgary City Councillors in support of the Motion to Council” Calgary River Access Strategy” the-case-for-a-river-management-plan

4. Harvie Passage Redevelopment Plan. presentation-by-carl-wirzba-to-brbc-in-jan-2016-abbreviated

5. BRT One Fly Tournament Rules OneFly rules – 2018

6. The State of the Bow River Fishery – Bow River Trout Population Could Well Be in Decline. The first in a series of reports that documents the Bow River  fish population monitoring data dating back to 1980 with more recent data that suggests the Bow River trout population is in decline. BowRiverFishPopulations Report06June2018

7. The State of the Bow River Fishery – A need for Bow River Water Management Change. The second in a series of reports that documents the historical and modified Bow River water management protocols and the potential for change in management policy to stabilize flows and protect the sports fishery. A Need For Bow River Water Management Change – Final

8.The Impact of Bow River Water Management on Fish Populations. An in-depth review of Bow river water management policy, hydropeaking electric power generations and the impact of the potential impact on the river’s ecology and fishery.The Impact of Bow River Water Management of Fish – PCS 02mar2019

9. Policeman’s Flats Revitalization Project. A Bow River Trout Foundation report that details the repairs made to one of the Bow River’s major river access sites. brt-policemans-final-report-31-dec-2018-002.

 

10. Investigation of In-Stream Construction-Induced Suspended Sediment in River Ecosystems. A s part of the Policeman’s Flats Revitalization Project, UBC researcher Greg Courtice investigated the impact of in-stream construction work on suspended sediment transport downstream. The finding will lead to possible changes to government regulations governing instream compliance regulations. ReportPFRHR – Report Greg Courtice 09Oct 2018