Kimberley & Cranbrook

I would like to invite you to imagine a future in which nature and economy go hand in hand. In which we are motivated by our love of this stunning place to work together to keep our water clean, our landscapes wild and our community sustainable. I invite you to imagine a place where you feel rooted and connected, where your life is in balance, where you are inspired.

This dream of a connected, sustainable community doesn’t come about by itself, but we at Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook believe it’s possible. Together, through our combined actions, we can make an enormous difference.

 

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is today. ~Chinese Proverb

Thanks to the following for grant support in 2015:

 

Check out our latest branch Wild Times Newsletter: Summer 2016

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Contact

1650 Warren Ave
Kimberley, BC
V1A 1R6
Phone: 250-427-2535


kimcran@wildsight.ca

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