Press Release: Canadian government supports Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area for Jumbo Valley and Qat’muk

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As many Golden community members are aware, there is a company (GoldenKey Investments) with commercial interests looking to bottle groundwater from Golden’s municipal aquifer…Read More 
Columbia Valley Osprey Survey Reveals 42 Active Nests in 2019 Most people who live in the Columbia Valley are familiar with the large unmistakable, white…Read More 
Wildsight Golden's recently wrapped up the 2019 Community Invasive Plant Program (CIPP),which aimed to decrease invasive plant infestations while increasing public awareness about…Read More 
There is welcome news in the long plight of the Jumbo Valley. The Ktunaxa Nation Council has received approval from Environment and Climate Change Canada for funding to develop an Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area, up to 211,045 hectares, in the Qat’muk area of theRead More 
“There was a time when most things were nature, most was habitat. And you were trying to connect a couple of towns by a road…Read More 
Wildsight Golden wants the community to be aware that there is currently a company that is looking to set up a water bottling plant in Golden. Read More 
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