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Shooting Stegosaurus & Riding Horses: New experiences for Prince George Wild Kidz

To a child, what would summer be without spending all day outside exploring the outdoors with your friends and making new ones?  In our times, fewer and fewer youth are getting outside and experiencing nature. Our second free day camp of 2015, was hosted in the province’s northern capital: Prince George. Monday began with an … Continue reading

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Fun in the Sun (and Rain!) in Radium Hot Springs for the Wild Kidz Camp

The BCWF wetlands program has been keeping busy on the road and working with some amazing people over the past two weeks. On July 13th the first Wild Kidz Camp this year kicked off at the Lake Windermere Rod and Gun Club. The campers jumped in feet first, and after a few introductions the kids … Continue reading


Star status biologists and stunning wetlands gather in Smithers, BC

A Wetlandkeepers course was held in Smithers on June 12-14 with our indoor classroom provided generously by the Bulkley Valley Rod and Gun Club. Fourteen participants had the opportunity to listen to guest speaker Jim Pojar, co-author of many of our province’s reference books and respected botanist, deliver a  lecture on plant species found in … Continue reading

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Bogs, Fens, and Marshes, oh my! Quesnel Wetlandkeepers Had it All.

The Quesnel Wetlandkeepers is the third such workshop we have held this year (Kelowna and Windermere being the other two so far), and it proved to be a huge success. Participants consisted of foresters, naturalists, environmental non-profits, government representatives, teachers, and those who were just very keen to learn. This resulted in one of the … Continue reading

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Radium Hot Springs Wetlandkeepers in the Incredible Columbia River Wetlands

The Wetlandkeepers course held in Radium Hot Springs (May 22-24, 2015) led by Jason Jobin, was a fun-filled, informative weekend on all things wetlands. There was a diverse group of participants from Invermere, Radium Hot Springs, Fairmont, Edgewater, and Cranbrook out for the workshop. In partnership with the Columbia Wetlands Stewardship Partners and the Lake … Continue reading

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