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More than a puddle! Squamish Watershed Society Outreach 2016

The Squamish River Watershed Society put on another successful outreach program for elementary school students in the Squamish area this May! The event consisted of 4 stations in total where approximately 500 students participated over 6 days. BC Wildlife Federation Wetlands Education Program hosted a station for the forth year in a row. The first … Continue reading

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Want to work with BC’s youth this summer?

The BCWF is looking for a summer student to fill our full-time Go Wild! Youth for Conservation Leadership Intern position. About the BC Wildlife Federation The BC Wildlife Federation (BCWF) is BC’s largest and most respected conservation organization. As a province-wide non-profit association with over 50,000 members and more than 100 Member Clubs, our organization … Continue reading


Learning all about Wetland Surveys and Stewardship at the Parksville Wetlandkeepers!

The first Wetlandkeepers workshop of 2016 was held in Parksville from April 22-24. This workshop, taught by Wetlandkeepers Trainer Michele Jones of Mimulus Biological Consultants, had 19 participants attend to learn about wetlands and how they can help protect them in their communities. A special thank you goes to Faye with the Mid Vancouver Island Habitat … Continue reading

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Want to be a Wild Kidz Camp Facilitator Intern for 2016?

The BC Wildlife Federation’s Wetlands Education Program (WEP) needs your help to make a difference in BC communities. A non-profit program established in 1996, WEP is known for successfully delivering quality wetland education across the province. This program builds the capacity of communities to assess their wetland assets and, using this new knowledge, increase community … Continue reading

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Squamish Wetland Conservation through an enhanced inventory

On February 17th, the BCWF held the Squamish Working Group Workshop in partnership with the District of Squamish, Durand Ecological Ltd, and Ecoscape Environmental Ltd to discuss the District of Squamish’s Natural Resource Inventory Project and explore opportunities to enhance wetland inventory and build local capacity throughout the process. The project will be used to … Continue reading

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