Fall Gathering2021-10-14T18:04:47-06:00

Fall Gathering

The KCP Fall Gathering & AGM serves as one of the primary venues to connect and re-connect KCP partners from across the region.

The 2021 KCP Fall Gathering & AGM will take place October 15, 2021.

This year the Fall Gathering will be a one-day virtual conference due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in the Kootenays.

Registration is now closed. 

Please contact KCP Program Director Juliet Craig at juliet@kootenayconservation.ca.

The Kootenay Conservation Program Fall Gathering serves as one of the primary opportunities to connect and re-connect KCP partners from across the region. The organizing theme for this year’s Fall Gathering is “Partnerships in Conservation”. We will showcase examples of Indigenous-led restoration and conservation projects, and explore considerations for planning and implementing restoration projects.

We’ll take advantage of this opportunity to have a short (1 hour) Annual General Meeting for KCP Partners. 

Highlights will include the following presentations:

  • Hunting Grounds Wetland Restoration, Norm Allard, Yaqan Nukiy: Restoration of this important wetland site in Creston.
  • Branden Bark for Bats, Dave DeRosa, Okanagan Nation Alliance: Innovative approach to creating tree roosts for bats.
  • Restoring Galena Creek, Shuswap Indian Band. Restoration of this important fish habitat in the Columbia Wetlands.
  • Ecosystem Restoration Practices in the Kootenays, Rebecca Wilson or Emily Pejic, Society of Ecological Restoration (SER): Sharing results from the Kootenay SER Practitioner Survey.
  • History of the Landscape, Wayne Choquette: Stewardship of the landscape with its record of past evolution and evidence of human activity
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE & AGM AGENDA

The KCP Annual Fall Gathering is a wonderful opportunity to learn about conservation projects in the Kootenays, share knowledge and information, and network with other organizations in the region.

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PREVIOUS FALL GATHERINGS

2017 Fall Gathering

Almost 50 people from the Kootenays and beyond came together in September for the 2017 KCP Fall Gathering at the Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort in Cranbrook to learn and share ideas on “Grassland to Wetlands: Connecting Diversity”.

2016 Fall Gathering

Over 40 people from throughout the Kootenays came together at the KCP Fall Gathering to learn and share ideas on “Promoting Conservation on Private Land: A Local Conservation Toolkit”.

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