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To achieve our vison we have defined our day-to-day mission to conserve, protect, restore and enhance indigenous fisheries and aquatic resources within Okanagan territory.    





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Watermark Beach Resort
Discover the South Okanagan “good life” at the Okanagan resort that defines easy living, where attention to detail and personal service is as unmatched and unique as the experience and amenities available at Watermark. For more information and pricing.
Spirit Ridge Vineyard Resort & Spa
A true oasis, Spirit Ridge Vineyard Resort & Spa places you in the heart of south Okanagan’s rich cultural landscape and Okanagan wine country in Osoyoos, British Columbia, an area known as "Napa of the North". Surrounded by dramatic sun-drenched landscapes, miles of vineyards and views to Lake Osoyoos’ warm, blue waters, For more information and pricing.
Spirit Ridge
BC Sport Fishing Group
BC Sport Fshing Group, one of the largest Guided fishing companies in the Fraser Valley has set high standards for the guiding fishing industyr.  BC Sport Fishing Group works closely with ONA Fishing on best pracatice, safety and guidling protocols.  www.bcsportfishinggroup.com
Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre
The spectacular Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre (pronounced in-ka-meep) is the Okanagan’s newest family tourism destination. The state-of-the-art interpretive centre is an architectural marvel sensitively constructed into a hillside. Extensive indoor and outdoor exhibit galleries create a fun, interactive learning environment with hands-on displays, education stations and two multi-media theatre experiences. www.nkmipdesert.com
Chief Clarence Louie
Clarence Louie is Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band and CEO of the Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation. He is recognized as a national leader in Aboriginal economic development. . Chief Clarence Louie on Facebook
Clarence Louie
Okanagan Nation Alliance
The Okanagan Nation Alliance (ONA) was formed in 1981 as the inaugural First Nations government in the Okanagan which represents the 8 member communities including; Okanagan Indian Band, Upper Nicola Band, Westbank First Nation, Penticton Indian Band, Osoyoos Indian Band and Lower and Upper Similkameen Indian Bands and the Colville Confederated Tribes on areas of common concern.

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