The Kootenay Conservation Program (KCP) is a broad partnership of over 80 organizations from across the Kootenays. Read about them in our KCP Partner Profiles booklet (click on the image for the downloadable PDF), or visit our online Partner Directory.
KCP also works with other organizations and all levels of government, including First Nations, who play an important role in land conservation.
If you are a leader in a community-based organization with an interest in the natural resources of the Kootenay, you can contact contact email@example.com for more information on becoming 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
“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
“The KCP has been very effective in bringing diverse partners together around the vision of having landscapes that sustain naturally functioning ecosystems.” -Gregory Utzig, Kutenai Nature Investigations Ltd.
“The Kootenay Conservation Program brings the strength and assets of a network of partners to the Canadian Columbia Basin. It is only through efforts such as these, working together across sectors and toward coordinated goals, that we can realize long-term healthy environments and healthy communities” – Ryan van der Marel, Kootenay Lake Partnership
“Since its formation the KCP partnership has been successful at securing land, and the Local Conservation Fund that it has established has helped us develop a program that shows promise for landowners in the region and beyond.” -Dave Zehnder, Windermere District Farmers’ Institute