Wildsight Golden is looking for a highly self motivated and organized post secondary student to act as the main leader for the camp! Wildsight Golden is a non-profit environmental organization whose main goal “is to work to maintain biodiversity and healthy human communities in and around our region”. The GET WILD! Summer Day Camp provides an … Continued
Students Take Action for Turtles!
Do you love physical outdoor work, have a passion for the environment and have good communication skills? Wildsight Golden is seeking one qualified person to coordinate ‘Golden’s Community Invasive Plant Program’ and to develop and deliver public interpretive programs on invasive plants. This program is jointly supported by Wildsight Golden and the Town of Golden. … Continued
The spring season is nearly here in the Columbia Valley and as such, it is time to start preparing for a flurry of winged visitors. The Columbia Wetlands are one of the longest continuous wetlands in North America and the only natural stretch of the Columbia River that remains, making it a great place to … Continued
Our Annual Report is hot off the press. Take a look and read about what we accomplished together last year with our partners, members, donors and supporters. A special thanks to each and every one of you for your commitment to wildlife, wild places and clean water. The Wildsight Team
Nelsonite Paul Saso is the author of a new book – Kootenay Inspired – that illuminates the lives of twelve extraordinary Kootenay residents. Believing in the power of community and positive change, he is donating half of the proceeds of his book to both Wildsight’s education programs and Kootenay Lake’s Tipi Camp. I recently sat … Continued
Earlier this month, Kimberley students in Mrs Strachan-Garrel’s Grade 4/5 class at McKim Middle School put on snowshoes and went out into the snow to harvest lichen for our endangered mountain caribou. Patty Kolisnichenko, a local educator who leads EcoStewards, Wildsight’s stewardship-based education program for kids, visited the class several times to teach the students … Continued
“Love her, but keep her wild.” ~Atticus To the dreamers, the doers, the ones fighting to protect the places and people we love. To you. Happy Valentine’s Day. Make a gift to wildlife and wild places today in someone’s honour.
The Rocky Mountain Trench Natural Resources Society (Trench Society) is seeking a full-time coordinator. The successful applicant: • Must have related natural resource management qualifications and experience suitable for promoting and delivering grassland ecosystem restoration and conservation activities; • Be responsible for all administrative, financial, technical and management activities associated with the operations of the … Continued
Job Description The Elk Valley is home to both world class wilderness and wildlife and world class coal deposits. We work to protect the wildlife and water values of this important region, while minimizing our industrial footprint and impact on the landscape. The Elk Valley Program Coordinator will be based in the Elk Valley and … Continued
Thank you for standing up for Mountain Caribou! Last week, long-time Wildsighter Laurel Ralston delivered your Save Our Mountain Caribou petition directly into Catherine McKenna’s hands in Ottawa. The petitions from you and nearly 600 others called on the minister to use her powers under our Species at Risk Act to protect all critical mountain caribou habitat now — before it’s … Continued