The key direction for managing the BWM Trust’s funds comes from the:
- Babine Watershed Monitoring Trust Agreement, which determines administration of the Trust
- Schedule A Map
- Schedule C Annual Monitoring Plan Process (revised February 2013)
Babine Watershed Monitoring Framework, which provides the essential background for selecting monitoring projects for funding.
- Overview of Monitoring Framework
- Plan Amendment Process
- Companion Document Monitoring Gaps
Making monitoring manageable: a framework to guide learning
Karen Price and Dave Daust
Canadian Journal of Forest Research
Volume 39, Number 10, October 2009
The Babine Watershed 2015 Annual Monitoring Plan describes the tenth year of monitoring activities by the Babine Watershed Monitoring Trust. It sets out the year’s budget, lists high-priority monitoring projects, describes projects approved for direct funding, and identifies topics requiring additional funding. The plan provides for a synopsis and rationale for each approved project.
- 2015 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2014 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2013 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2012 Annual Monitoring Plan (Amended)
- 2012 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2011 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2010 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2009 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2008 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2007 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2006 Annual Monitoring Plan
- 2005 Annual Monitoring Plan
These three documents also set out the process used by trustees for determining monitoring priorities.
Project Summaries 2005-2010
The following document summarises the results from projects completed to February 2010.
Babine Watershed Monitoring Trust 5-year Activity Report and Project Summaries