Youth Climate Corps Golden

We launched a pilot program in 2023 in Golden. It was an incredible season, with work done in wildfire risk reduction, food security, invasive species, public engagement, and many learning opportunities for the crew along the way. 

Possible future seasons are TBD. Watch this page for more information, or sign up for Wildsight’s newsletter to stay updated with Youth Climate Corps news. 

We invite you to reach out to Golden YCC coordinator Tim Chapman with any questions.


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Youth Climate Corps news

How can one person make a difference to the climate crisis? For Kaslo resident Kenya Blouin, the answer lies in bringing sustainability and climate solutions…Read more 
Hiring is now complete for the East Kootenay Youth Climate Corps 2024 season. Thank you for your interest. Follow along on Instagram for program updates…Read more 
Hiring is open CLOSED for the 2024 Wildsight Youth Climate Corps West Kootenay. Than you for your interest. Follow along this season on our Instagram…Read more 
Lois Creek is a much loved little stream that trickles its way through Kimberley. This humble waterway holds a surprisingly rich history of local innovation…Read more 
Western science is slowly catching up with Indigenous knowledge as our understanding of fire ecology grows. Through fire, Indigenous peoples are decolonizing the land, one…Read more 

Food, farms and fires

October 18, 2023
We welcomed our third community to the Wildsight Youth Climate Corps (YCC) roster this year with the launch of a season in Golden. But what…Read more 

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.