River floodplain

Caribou habitat is under threat in the Seymour River watershed … again

Defending wildlife, water and wild places in Canada’s Columbia and Rocky Mountain regions.

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Emma Watson and Oliver Gatzke sit alongside a wooden dock that cordons off the end of a popular recreational lake near Skookumchuk, BC, a softshell black zippered bag opened between…Read more 
Columbia Basin, B.C. - A collaborative of Canadian environmental groups congratulates negotiators from Canada, British Columbia, and the Ktunaxa, Secwépemc, and Syilx Okanagan Nations, as well as the United…Read more 
Fernie, in British Columbia's Elk Valley, might be best known as a ski town, but when the snow melts and the bears wake up, residents and visitors alike flock…Read more 
Place-based learning: it's a well-used term in the education community. But what does it actually mean? As the name suggests, place-based learning helps students develop a…Read more 
Thousands of hectares of B.C.’s Inland Temperate Rainforest are currently slated for logging, including over 600 hectares in the Seymour River watershed considered to be core habitat for the Columbia North herd.Read more 
Last Friday marked National Indigenous People's Day, a part of Canada’s National Indigenous History Month. In the Columbia River Basin, salmon are a big part of the history…Read more 
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Kimberley Community Garden Work Bees

Kimberley & Cranbrook
Whether you're big or small, young or old, new to gardening or a veteran, we'd love to have you join us in the Kimberley Community Garden! View event 

Go Wild! 2024

Six days, five nights. Endless exploration. In Go Wild!, students learn to be leaders while connecting with the wild landscapes that define our Kootenay communities. View event 

Golden's 15th Annual Community Weed Pull Event

Come join us to help reduce the spread of invasive plants growing within Golden. Dress for the weather, bring some water, gloves, and come ready… View event 

Bear Day

An event to celebrate and learn about all things BEAR! At Pothole Park between 11am-1.30pm, Saturday August 17th. View event 

Camp Odyssey 2024

Kimberley & Cranbrook
Our incredibly popular Camp Odyssey is back for summer of 2024! A great opportunity to have your children outside, in a safe, structured, and fun environment with week-long and day camps in Kimberley & Cranbrook. View event 

E-Bike Raffle 2024

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For our 2024 E-Bike Raffle, we are offering the chance to win one Liv Amiti E+ 3 — all you have to do is pick your destination and enjoy the journey! View event 

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