Leslie AdamsRegional Branch Director
Golden Outreach Coordinator
Leslie has lived in the Kootenays almost her whole life, growing up in Castlegar and now residing in Golden where she has been for almost 30 years. She loves the wilderness and spends as much time as she can outdoors; camping, hiking, swimming and cross-country skiing. Leslie has 7 grandchildren and it is important to her that they are able to enjoy the wilderness as much as she does forever.
Rachel DarvillGolden CWWS Program Biologist
Rachel is a registered professional biologist who developed and currently coordinates Wildsight Golden's Columbia Valley Swallow Project and Community Invasive Plant Program. She also developed and managed on the hugely successful Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey for Wildsight. At the top of her class, she graduated with a Master of Science degree in Environment and Management in 2014, and has a Bachelors of Science degree (biology major) from the University of Victoria. She has worked as a field and conservation biologist with several universities and agencies on multiple projects over the past two decades.
Joan DolinskyGolden Branch President
Joan has been volunteering with WIldsight Golden since it’s inception in 1989. She has been the branch president for many years, spearheading and supporting many initiatives and projects Joan finds it a privilege to work with the great people that are part of Wildsight and to live and play in such a wild and wonderful place.
Mollie KingGolden Branch Director & Secretary
Meg LangleyGolden Branch Director
Biologist Golden Rocky Mountain Sheep Project
Project Coordinator Plant Awareness Project
Jessie PaloposkiGolden Branch Director
Hanna Sander GreenGolden Branch Director
Hanna is an avid gardener, a mom to two young boys, and an environmentalist. She loves cooking for her family, finding treasures at thrift stores, and spending time on her skis or bike. She moved from her hometown of Kimberley, BC to Golden ten years ago. She has a BSc in Physical Geography, has worked extensively in the outdoor recreation industry, and also has experience in bookkeeping. Moving forward, she plans to pursue further education and work in the environmental field.
Join The Team
Want to protect wildlife, clean water and wild spaces? Volunteer with us! Wildsight volunteers are a very special group of people who give generously of their time to stuff envelopes, attend rallies, help run events, put up posters, keep tabs on forestry practices in their communities and participate in citizen science initiatives.