Allana Oestreich is a senior habitat biologist with the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development based out of the Cranbrook office. With the provincial government’s conservation lands portfolio for the East Kootenay region as one of her core deliveries, Allana works closely with local land trusts, stakeholders, and other landscape level projects to achieve the greatest conservation value overall.
The Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society works to improve the health and stewardship of B.C.’s fifth largest lake, and although the COVID-19 pandemic has curtailed much of FoKLSS’ traditional outreach and education programs, Acting Program Manager Camille LeBlanc has been leading the charge on a number of initiatives that are helping keep Kootenay Lake at the forefront of people’s mind.
This grassland-open forest corridor with scattered wetlands and riparian areas is located between Kimberley and Cranbrook, BC. The Wycliffe Corridor includes Luke Creek Wildlife Corridor and Pine Butte Ranch Conservation […]
The Creston Valley connects a portion of the South Selkirk and South Purcell mountains and holds the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area (CVWMA) which covers ~41% of the valley bottom.
The Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor (BBC) includes the 15-km-long valley along Bonanza Creek between Slocan and Summit lakes. It encompasses an area of 12,865 hectares (ha) that link Slocan and Summit […]
PROGRAM ASSISTANT JOB DESCRIPTION
- Title: Program Assistant
- Term: .4 FTE – 10 month initial contract with opportunity for renewal subject to […]