Join us at noon at the BC Legislature to stand with Jumbo as we deliver the petition with 58,000+ signatures calling for permanent protection for the Jumbo Valley to Premier Christy Clark. We’ll be holding a short rally to stand with the Ktunaxa in support of their Qat’muk declaration and in support of a Jumbo … Continued
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Our petition supporting the Ktunaxa Qat’muk declaration and calling for permanent protection for Jumbo has nearly 58,000 signatures from around the world – and counting. Now, we’ve been honoured with an invitation to present the petition to the Ktunaxa tri-nation leadership (including the Ktunaxa Nation and the US tribes) before we deliver it to BC … Continued
Join us for our Annual General Meeting to hear about our successes last year and where we are headed as we begin our 30th year. We will be at SoulFood, Cranbrook’s newest restaurant. We will provide appetizers and you are welcome to order entrees, drinks and desserts from the menu. Doors open at 6:30pm, the … Continued
Wildsight will be participating in a wildlife management roundtable with the East Kootenay Wildlife Association, the Elk Valley Rod and Gun Club, the Southern Guide Outfitters, The Shuswap Band and the BC Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. The event will start with an overview of the current state of wildlife in the area. All election candidates … Continued
The excitement and richness of world class films comes to the Key City Theatre on Saturday January 7th starting at 7:30 PM. Tickets can be purchased at the Key City Theatre Box Office and reserved seating is in effect for the event.
Join us on Saturday, August 20th for a hike through the Alpine larches and wildflowers of Jumbo Pass. We will be celebrating a wild Jumbo Valley. We will gather at Kicking Horse Cafe in Invermere at 9am.
The Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN) is an aquatic biomonitoring program used for assessing the health of freshwater ecosystems in Canada. Join our Living Lakes Canada team in Nelson, BC on September 7-8 to learn how to biomonitor the freshwater systems around you. Register here. For more info, contact raegan(at)wildsight.ca.
This November, as part of the North American Lake Management Society Symposium in Banff, Alberta, Living Lakes Canada is hosting the first ever national dialogue on community-based water monitoring. This interactive, full-day workshop will connect indigenous and non-indigenous citizen scientists with some of the world’s leading water scientists. Community-based monitoring (CBM) is emerging across North America as one approach to solve the challenges associated with watershed … Continued
In the Kootenays, we live in an endless playground surrounded by mountains, rivers, lakes and trees. Go Wild! takes local youth on a six-day wilderness backpacking trip into their own wild backyards. It aims to connect participants to the landscape, develop leadership skills and inspire a love of the mountains to last a lifetime. Go Wild! … Continued
A Celebration of the Birds, Art and Agriculture in the Creston Valley From evening bird songs and frog calls to family-friendly paddles in the wetlands, wildlife photography workshops and guided birdwatching, there’s something for everyone at this action-packed event. Hosted by the Wildsight Creston branch. Find out more and register here.