The Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor (BBC) Conservation Plan is intended to be a strategic-level document, providing a roadmap for local and Indigenous communities, provincial authorities, and vested stakeholders to move forward with a progressive and adaptive approach for protecting the BBC. The overall strategy presents a knowledge-centric view for holding ecological and cultural values in face of rapid climate change, natural disturbances and other human impacts. The objective of this report is solely to provide context and focus for moving forward to move to the next level of strategic collaboration for the BBC. We recognize that this BBC Conservation Plan will lead to the development of detailed Implementation Plans to further articulate specific activities, responsibilities and timelines. The Slocan Lake Stewardship Society will continue maturing our knowledge and network of working partners in the execution of this plan through ongoing collaboration with First Nations, regulatory agencies (federal and provincial), commercial, recreational, local communities and environmental entities.