Speak up for an environmental assessment for Zincton resort

Speak up for an environmental assessment for Zincton resort

Teck coal sale highlights water quality costs

Teck coal sale highlights water quality costs

Nature agreement is a step in right direction

Nature agreement is a step in right direction

Wildsight works to protect wildlife, water and wild places in Canada’s Columbia and Rocky Mountain regions.

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It all started with a turtle nesting on the driveway and now we’re trimming trees and pulling weeds.  In late October, members of…Read more 
Along the banks of the Arrow Lakes Reservoir, on a lake that is not a lake, we gathered with a group of educators to explore…Read more 
What do extraterrestrials, Earth's ecosystems, and an energetic educator have in common? Wildsight's Classroom with Outdoors program! Classroom with Outdoors encourages students to…Read more 
Wildsight welcomes the BC government’s commitment to protecting biodiversity and ecosystem health and the creation of a law that would give overarching priority to…Read more 
Wildsight's own Jill Jennings has been awarded an Environmental Education Award of Excellence from the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN)! Jill was one…Read more 
Skiing in the Selkirks

Doing business better

November 2, 2023
Is there such a thing as a ‘low-impact’ ski lodge? Valhalla Mountain Touring owner Jasmin Caton is doing her best to make it a reality.Read more 
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Climate Trivia Night 2023

Golden Branch
Join Wildsight Golden's Calvin Beauchesne, Climate Action Task Force Chair, as he hosts a Trivia Night. Test your knowledge… View event

Kimberley Farmers' Market: Winter Edition

Kimberley & Cranbrook Branch
The festive times have returned!  We’re excited to announce our second annual Kimberley Farmers’ Market: Winter Edition this… View event

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Kimberley & Cranbrook Branch
Get off the beaten path and explore the edge of believable with captivating stories from the 48th Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival. From exploring remote landscapes to adrenaline-fueled action sports, films selected for the 2023/2024 World Tour are sure to captivate and amaze you. View event

Local Colours 2024

Creston Valley Branch
Join us for an exciting evening with Creston’s Outdoor Photography Show where local photographers will present pictures of stunning… View event

Bighorn Sheep Citizen Monitoring

Invermere Branch
We are holding a monthly Bighorn sheep monitoring event. No experience is needed to be a citizen science sheep monitor… View event

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