Archive for the ‘News’ Category

Faces & Places: Cam Gillies

In the Columbia Valley, Cam Gillies’ name is synonymous with birds. With a PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Alberta, Cam co-owns Canada’s largest birding tour…

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The Pipe Ram: a wildlife good-news story

Written by Kaitlin Hancock, a Habitat and Wildlife Co-op Technician Summer Student with the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development in Cranbrook.  In November 2018,…

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Saving Land for Bears and Badgers

Cranbrook, BC — The Nature Trust of BC announces the protection of the Columbia River Wetlands – Edgewater property in the Kootenays. Located near the community of Edgewater…

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Stewardship Solutions Promotion Package

Thank you for helping promote the KCP Stewardship Solutions toolkit! Feel free to make use of any of the following content/resources: Inquire about presentations for your organization or…

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KCP July 2019 eNews

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

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Faces & Places: Marcy Mahr

A highly respected conservation biologist and strategist, Slocan Valley resident Marcy Mahr has a widespread reputation for proactively pulling together partnerships and creating collaborations to protect biodiversity. It’s…

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West Kootenay Spring Tour concludes

KCP hosted a Spring Tour to the Fort Shepherd Conservancy south of Trail on June 26. Owned by The Land Conservancy of British Columbia, this beautiful property features…

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