More than five years ago, the BC Government finally told Teck, owner of five mountaintop-removal coal mines in the Elk Valley, to make a plan to clean up their act and reduce water pollution in the Elk River watershed. Water pollution had been slowly getting worse for decades before 2013, threatening fish as far downstream … Continued
Species on the Brink: Selkirk and Purcell Caribou Relocated to Revelstoke
Caribou across the province continue to be displaced from their critical habitat as our human footprint grows unabated. Almost 30 of B.C.’s 52 surviving mountain caribou herds are at risk of disappearing, and a dozen of those herds now have fewer than 25 animals. This past winter in the Kootenays we have suffered the loss … Continued
We must protect all of BC’s mountain caribou, before it is too late. Join us and send a letter to Environment Ministers McKenna and Heyman letting them know that you demand ground action, now.
Wildsight Golden Branch is looking for an outgoing, well-organized, and dynamic person to assist the Outreach Coordinator and Wildsight Golden with community programs, projects, and events.
Camp Counsellor: We are seeking a team-oriented, creative and energetic person to fill this seasonal position. The successful candidates will have a strong interest in working with children, and will be dedicated to providing quality care, role modeling and learning about environmental education.
Wildsight Golden is looking for a highly motivated and organized individual to act as the main leader for the GET WILD! Summer Camp.
Note: As this job is funded through the Canada Summer Jobs funding, all applicants must be under 30 years of age.
With the singing of the bluebirds and the vanishing of the snow, spring is here and winter is fading. But thanks to Winter Wonder, Wildsight’s outdoor ecology program for primary students, the magic of winter has been woven into the minds and hearts of kids all around the Columbia Basin. This year, we took 2300 … Continued
The government of British Columbia recently announced two important agreements that will influence the fate of mountain caribou in the province. The first agreement is a historic partnership between British Columbia, Canada and the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations. This collaborative partnership follows the leadership of the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations, who … Continued
Wildsight is looking for a creative, collaborative and passionate Operations Manager to join our team. This is a 0.5-0.7 Full Time Equivalent (20-28 hours per week) maternity leave contract that comes with five weeks vacation (pro-rated) and a Private Health Services Plan (PHSP). Location: Kimberley, BC Salary: $27,468-$38,455 Start Date: May 15, 2019 About Wildsight … Continued
Do you love physical outdoor work, have a passion for the environment and have good communication skills? Wildsight Golden is seeking one qualified person to coordinate ‘Golden’s Community Invasive Plant Program’