Archive for the ‘News’ Category

KCP February 2019 eNews

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

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Faces & Places: Leigh Anne Isaac

Kimberley-based wildlife biologist Leigh Anne Isaac has made a career out of helping conserve a unique group of species that traditionally hasn’t enjoyed mainstream popularity. Snakes, toads and…

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KCP January 2019 eNews

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

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Faces & Places: John Bergenske

John Bergenske knows what it means to love the land. The Conservation Director for Wildsight moved to the East Kootenay from Wisconsin, USA in 1969 with the late…

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KCP December 2018 eNews

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

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Faces & Places: Michael Proctor

When Kaslo-based Independent Research Scientist Michael Proctor went back to school at the age of 40, he was living in the wilderness across Kootenay Lake with the Purcell…

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KCP November 2018 eNews

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

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2018 KCP Fall Gathering in Nelson

The KCP Fall Gathering & AGM serves as one of the primary vehicles to connect and re-connect KCP partners from across the region. The organizing theme for the…

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Faces & Places: Rob Frew

Rob Frew has been involved in conservation since childhood, assisting his late father, Gordon Frew, and other advocates in wildlife conservation as well as in efforts to preserve…

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