At the root of it all

At the root of it all

Act now: Support a brighter future for BC’s old growth

Act now: Support a brighter future for BC’s old growth

The forest is more than just trees — it is a connected system that needs all of its pieces to make a whole. We can only cut away so much before things fall apart.

The article below was originally published in the Salmon Arm Observer and Shuswap Passion. By Jim CoopermanThanks to the work of a forest…Read More 
An innovative new project is putting food into the forest and fighting the risk of forest fires at the same time.Wildfires blanketed BC this…Read More 
When we launched our Youth Climate Corps (YCC) program in 2020, our hope was never to just provide youth with a few new job skills…Read More 
Youth Climate Corps West KootenayWhat can our community do to respond to a changing climate? How is climate change impacting our health? Our food…Read More 
Today the provincial government took steps towards protecting BC's irreplaceable old growth forests, but the work is not done yet.An Old Growth Technical…Read More 
We walk through the forest, crisscrossing wildlife paths. The ground rises and falls beneath our feet. Brush swipes pant legs; rocks roll under our shoes…Read More 
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The Social Life of Water Travelling Exhibit at the Golden Museum & Archives

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WHAT DOES WATER MEAN TO YOU? Life sustaining, thirst quenching, essential; water is precious for all living beings. The Social… View Event

2021-2022 Banff World Tour: Live In Cranbrook & Online

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The 2021-22 Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival World Tour is coming to Kimberley/Cranbrook with two ways to tune in: online and live at Key City Theatre! View Event

Winter Speaker Series - Old Growth Biodiversity - Climate Change, Weather is What you Get

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Mike Demuth, P.Eng., P.Geo,  originally hails from Calgary Alberta, and at the start of his snow and… View Event

Winter Speaker Series - Old Growth Biodiversity - Introduction to the Mushroom and its Relationship to Biodiversity

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Carmen DolinskyCarmen has been drawn to the forest since her early years in the Columbia Valley. She… View Event

Wild & Scenic Film Festival 2022 Creston

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The 8th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival comes to you in a hybrid format this year! That means you can join us in-person or virtually. Come celebrate our community and our world, and leave feeling inspired, connected and energized! View Event

Winter Speaker Series - Old Growth Biodiversity: Looking for treasure in British Columbia’s Inland Temperate Rainforest – the tale of gold-dust lichens and other members of the “hidden kingdom”.

Golden Branch
Darwyn Coxson is a Professor in the Ecosystem Science and Management Program at the University of Northern British Columbia. … View Event

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