Photo: Tim Chapman

Wild Ideas Kimberley Cranbrook: Breaking down barriers to entry

Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Kimberley & Cranbrook Branch
Biscuit: A Place to Sup
180 Spokane St., Kimberley, V1A 2E3
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Wildsight’s Youth Climate Corps exists to connect, inspire, and empower young adults interested in making a difference in the greatest challenge of this generation: the climate crisis.


Tim Chapman, Program Manager of Wildsight’s East Kootenay Youth Climate Corps (YCC), will be speaking about the importance of connecting youth with the environment. Specifically by empowering skillset growth through working with partners from environmental and community-based organizations to address climate change locally. He enjoys plugging young folks into the world of environmental work, providing practical skills and experience that will be used in future employment. Tim is thrilled to point out, “We work together to minimize the impacts of climate change while building a more resilient future.”  

The crews Tim has led, address climate change at the local level, directly in their communities and the ecosystems that surround them. Crew members have worked on projects ranging from food security to ecosystem restoration to wildfire risk reduction. Tim is currently preparing to launch the 4th cohort of YCC in Kimberley and will be sharing the impact of the program in the Kimberley community.


Date: Tuesday, March 5
Timing: 6:30 pm presentation to begin, conversation to follow, end by 7:30 pm
Location: Biscuit: A Place to Sup, Kimberley (180 Spokane St.)
Cost: $5 per person, but please contact us if the price is a restriction (

Beverages and snacks will be available to purchase.

Please note that seating is limited for this event. Register ahead or take your chance at the door.