The Alouette River Management Society is dedicated to proactively protecting and improving the Alouette Watershed and surrounding areas by creating a healthy environment connecting parks, trail systems, public centers and waterways.

The Alouette River Management Society (ARMS) is dedicated to proactively protecting and improving the Alouette Watershed and surrounding areas by creating a healthy environment connecting parks, trail systems, public centers and waterways.

Volunteer supported, ARMS is involved in watershed inventory and monitoring, habitat restoration, public awareness and adopt-a-stream, liaising with all levels of government and private land owners, and working towards the protection of aquatic habitat. ARMS offers environmental education programs including fieldtrips, classroom and habitat programs, and day camps.

ARMS is currently advocating for fish passage over the Alouette Dam to reconnect the upper and lower Alouette River system.

Volunteer

Whether you’re passionate about environmental stewardship, engaging with community members, or office administration we have a volunteer opportunity perfect for you. Learn more…

Adopt-A-Stream

Eager to get involved with streamkeeping activities and watershed monitoring in Maple Ridge? There are several options available that ARMS can provide support and equipment for. Learn more…

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Classroom Programs

Our classroom programs have been created with the BC Teachers Learning Outcomes in mind and each program is relevant to our ecosystem here in the Fraser Valley. Learn more…

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