Last summer, the WEP team travelled to the Kootenay Region to visit and interview several of the private landowners who had worked with the B.C. Wildlife Federation in the past to create and restore wetlands on their property. We met and interviewed the people behind four incredible wetlands conservation projects on private land to share their stories and experiences with us.
Author: Molly Dube
Now Hiring: Summer 2022 Wetlands Education Program Intern
The Wetlands Education Program is hiring for the summer of 2022! Join us where you can put your skills towards conserving the environment and wetlands every day and see your impact on the ground. The WEP Intern will work closely with the Wetlands Education Program Manager, Wetlands Education Program Coordinator, and Wetlands Program Assistant, and …
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The Wetlands Education Program Has Received Funding for 2021
The BCWF Wetlands Education Program (WEP) has received funding from Wildlife Habitat Canada, the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation, the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, the Columbia Basin Trust, the Province of British Columbia, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and the Healthy Watersheds Initiative, which is delivered by the Real Estate Foundation of BC and Watersheds …
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