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Wildsight works collaboratively to expand protection for the Purcell region, making sure that wildlife can freely and safely roam, water runs clean and clear from… Read More 
Wildsight works to influence forestry planning and practices in our region so that both humans and nature can thrive. Wildsight works actively with all of… Read More 
Valuing world class wilderness, creating long-term balance. Some of the best-known and most-cherished National and Provincial Parks are set in the Rocky… Read More 
Mountain caribou are one of the most endangered mammals in North America. All of the world’s remaining mountain caribou live in the mountains of… Read More 
Imagine a magical and majestic mountain setting with towering peaks, lush forests and pristine lakes teeming with fish. A place where ancient trees preside over… Read More 
Jumbo will be wild forever! The Jumbo Glacier Resort was a year-round ski resort proposed in the Jumbo Valley in the heart of BC… Read More 
“One of the most precious things on a world scale...is the Columbia River Wetlands.” Robert Bateman The Columbia Wetlands are one of the world… Read More 
Wildsight educators are following all COVID-19 guidelines to ensure safe measures are in place for all programs. Click to read our policies and procedures… Read More 
Keeping the Wild in Sight   Teachers, we know you're all superheroes! In light of an education model turned upside down, you came up… Read More 
  In Beyond Recycling, students embark on a rich 24-week investigation into the impact of their lifestyles—energy, waste and consumption—to discover how… Read More 
  "Water is our most precious resource. Everyone in the Basin should know where their water comes from, where it goes after they use it… Read More 
The 2020 Go Wild! program has been cancelled. With instruction from Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer - Government of B.C. we have had to… Read More 
Wildsight educators are following all COVID-19 guidelines to ensure safe measures are in place for all programs. Click to read our policies and… Read More 
Wildsight educators are following all COVID-19 guidelines to ensure safe measures are in place for all programs. Click to read our policies and procedures… Read More 
Wildsight educators are following all COVID-19 guidelines to ensure safe measures are in place for all programs. Click to read our policies and… Read More 
Wildsight educators are following all COVID-19 guidelines to ensure safe measures are in place for all programs. Click to read our policies and… Read More 
PADDLE, LEARN, AND EARN 4 CREDITS History | Culture | Water | Energy | Environment The Columbia River Field School is an immersive learning experience for students ages… Read More 
The East Kootenays is home to many fruit trees. When the fruit is left to fall off the tree and rot, it attracts local… Read More 
The issues and challenges presented by a changing climate can be overwhelming. But that's why it's even more imperative to take an action… Read More 
At the Community EcoGarden Since 2003, the Community EcoGarden in Fernie, BC has provided gardening opportunities and community education through sustainable organic projects. Inspired by… Read More 
Keeping Food Real aims to support the citizens and communities of the Elk Valley in growing their own food by providing online cold climate… Read More 
  When - Thursdays, 5-7:30 pm, June 18 - September 17, 2020 Where - Downtown Kimberley, on Howard Street  Fresh food from local farmers… Read More 
Kimberley's Community Garden is an edible community garden based on sharing knowledge, ideas, tasks and food. There are no allotted plots and anyone is… Read More 
You Can Compost At Home (PDF… Read More 
The Creston Valley is located in southeastern British-Columbia. It stretches from Kootenay Lake to the USA border and is flanked in the East and… Read More 
Keeping Food Real is pleased to introduce their upcoming and exciting workshops. Workshops can be registered for through the College of the Rockies Fernie Campus… Read More 
Impressive efforts from local residents have resulted in recent conservation measures at McGinty Lake. The lake is located on Crown land just 10km east of… Read More 
Applications are now closed for the 2020 Youth Climate Corps. Thank you to all who applied! Stay tuned for 2021 opportunities. Climate change is the… Read More 
Many thanks for taking the time and initiative, not to mention what you might see as a risk, in changing your customer service practises to… Read More 

Making the road less traveled

September 23, 2020
British Columbia has more than 600,000 kilometres of resource roads. Every year, an additional 10,000 kilometres are added. These roads are constructed primarily…Read More 

A journey into Argonaut Creek

September 23, 2020
Save Argonaut Creek from old growth logging Davey and I have been hiking for five hours and only made it four kilometres. The dense and…Read More 

2,300 say no to Zincton

September 21, 2020
Thanks to you, the provincial government will think twice before giving the green light to yet another ski resort in our over-impacted mountains. A…Read More 
Late on Friday, September 11th, amidst the hubbub of families getting back into school routines and reporters itching to leave their desks for the weekend…Read More 

Investing in Nature

September 11, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has put many businesses into financial stress, but experts say this is not the greatest threat to world economies in the…Read More 
Wildsight’s Conservation Director John Bergenske has been appointed to the inaugural Minister’s Wildlife Advisory Council for British Columbia by Doug Donaldson, Minister of…Read More 
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