An Okanagan filmmaker has released a short documentary on the invasive zebra and quagga mussels and the threat to lakes such as Christina Lake.

Christina Lake appears in video about threat of invasive mussels

A documentary has been released about the threat of invasive mussels.

A documentary has been released about the threat of invasive mussels in British Columbia. The video features several lakes in B.C. which face threats from the mussels including Christina Lake.

Locals appearing in the video include: Grace McGregor, RDKB director for Christina Lake; Jeff Olson, director of the Christina Lake Stewardship Society; and Barb Stewart, coordinator, Boundary Invasive Species Society.

RDKB Area C/Christina Lake and the Christina Lake Stewardship Society contributed to the making of the documentary, which was made to bring awareness to the threat of invasive species and the need for more government funding to monitor boats travelling into B.C.

The video was produced by Okanagan film maker Brynne Morris.

You can also see the documentary and get more information at




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