Our online Partner Directory lists the KCP partner organizations or read about them in our KCP Partner Profiles booklet.
KCP also works with other organizations and all levels of government, including First Nations, that play an important role in land conservation.
If you are involved in an organization with an interest in private land conservation in the Kootenays, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to become a KCP Partner.
“The KCP has helped make sure everyone works together. KCP is a win-win for everyone. It keeps us all talking and coordinated.”
– Hillary Page, Nature Conservancy of Canada
KCP’s Governance and Participation Charter outlines the role and function of KCP and our Partners.
Potential partners must fill in an application form as well as sign the last page of the KCP Governance and Participation Charter. Partner organizations must be approved by the KCP Board.
“The greatest value of KCP is its ability to pull people from a variety of sectors together and proactively address conservation challenges in the Kootenays.”
– Marc-Andre Beaucher, Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area