Keeping All The Parts: The Story Of Jim Smith’s Work in The Creston Community Forest
Will new federal coal mining regulations stop Elk Valley selenium pollution?
Wildsight works to protect wildlife, water and wild places in Canada’s Columbia and Rocky Mountain regions.
Selenium pollution coming from the Elk Valley coal mines is a major problem and polluted water is harming fish as far downstream as Koocanusa Reservoir…Read More
I’m behind a quick moving Jim Smith as we work our way through thick alder and saskatoon. He’s spent his life in the…Read More
Should we outsource the protection of our environment? Keeping our rivers and lakes clean, protecting wild creatures and making sure our ecosystems stay intact are…Read More
Should special access be granted to areas closed to the public to protect wildlife values? Should the number of wolverine and lynx being trapped or…Read More
January 9, 2018
This entry is the second of a two-part series on waste diversion and landfilling practices in the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK). In this post, Wildsight’s Kimberley Cranbrook branch tours RDEK waste transfer and landfill facilities.Read More
The award-winning eco-documentary film, The Messenger, is coming to Golden. An essential film for anyone who cares about… View Event
Get your tickets here! The Creston Valley Branch of Wildsight is hosting the 4th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival… View Event
AWAKE tells the story of the massive peaceful resistance led by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to the Dakota Access Pipeline through their land and underneath the Missouri River. View Event
Wildsight Elk Valley is once hosting the Fernie Fall Fair! We're celebrating with a festival that is as unique… View Event