News + Events

KCP August 2018 eNews

For the latest events, opportunities and resources for conservation in the Kootenays, please click here.

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Faces & Places: Gerry Nellestijn

For conservation to be effective, longevity is key, and West Kootenay fisheries professional Gerry Nellestijn exemplifies this ideal. A founding member of the Salmo Watershed Streamkeepers Society (SWSS),…

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KCP July 2018 eNews

For the latest events, opportunities and resources for conservation in the Kootenays, please click here.

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Faces & Places: Penny Ohanjanian

Kimberley-based consulting biologist Penny Ohanjanian has fond memories of tromping around a marsh as a four year old with mini binoculars in hand, accompanying her godfather who was…

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2018 Spring Tours

The 2018 KCP West and East Kootenay Spring Tours took place in May and June and included morning Stewardship Committee meetings and catered lunch for members, followed by…

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2017 Spring Tours

In May 2017, KCP hosted full-day East and West Kootenay Stewardship Committee meetings that included a morning business meeting and catered lunch for committee members, followed by local…

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KCP June 2018 eNews

For the latest events, opportunities and resources for conservation in the Kootenays, please click here.

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Critter Day 2018 draws record crowds

Critter Day, hosted by KCP and the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP), returned to Beaver Creek Provincial Park on May 12. It was a huge success, drawing…

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2nd annual Critter Day a success

Following the success of the inaugural event in 2016, Critter Day returned to Beaver Creek Provincial Park, south of Trail, on Saturday, May 13th, 2017. Co-organized by the…

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Faces & Places: Al Mallette

By the time the Columbia River flows from source to Trail, it’s travelled through three dams. Having grown up in Trail, Al Mallette has always had a strong…

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