Luxor Linkage Resiliency and Forest Restoration Project

Awarded to the Nature Conservancy of Canada to restore 20-30  hectares of Rocky Mountain Douglas‐fir forest to dry open forest structure in this Conservation Area that provides important habitat for wildlife and serves as a linkage corridor used by species migrating between the Purcells and Kootenay National Park.

Kate Mackenzie with the Nature Conservancy of Canada presented on this project as part of the 2020 KCP Virtual Spring Tour held on June 22, 2020 featuring five projects that receive funding from the Kootenays’ two Local Conservation Funds.