Fall Gathering2022-08-11T17:09:10-06:00

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 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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The 2022 KCP Fall Gathering & AGM will take place on September 23 & 24, 2022 in Creston.

Registration to close September 12. If you register for the Field Tour, we will confirm your spot by September 16.

The organizing theme for the 2022 Fall Gathering is “Celebrating 20 Years of Conservation Partnership”.

It has been a few years since we have been together in person and we look forward to the opportunity to connect KCP partners from across the region!

The event will showcase achievements in private land securement, landscape connectivity, local conservation funds and much more. Guest speakers will provide insights on looking forward into the next 20 years and preparing for conservation. We will also take the opportunity to host the 2022 Annual General Meeting for KCP Partners.

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ITINERARY (join us for one or more event)

  • Optional Thursday night Social at Wild North Brewing – Thu Sept 22 7 pm-9 pm PT
  • Day 1 Optional Birding Morning – Fri Sept 23 7 am-9:30 am PT
  • Day 1 Lunch Conference – Fri Sept 23 12 pm-5 pm PT
  • Day 1 Happy Hour Evening Banquet – Fri Sept 23 5 pm-9 pm PT
  • Day 2 Breakfast AGM – Sat Sept 24 7:30 am-9 am PT
  • Day 2 Field Tour – Sat Sept 24 9:15 am-3:30 pm PT

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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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