Strengthening Linkages to Academia for Regional Wetland Conservation: A workshop to further the research of wetlands

On March 9th, the BCWF Wetlands Education Program hosted a Working Group Workshop to discuss wetlands in the Lower Mainland. Entitled “Strengthening Linkages to Academia for Regional Wetland Conservation,” this workshop’s goal was to focus on how researchers and on the ground conservationists could find resources and develop partnerships to enhance wetland conservation projects. The … Continue reading

Two Birds with One Stone: Wetland Restoration Workshop and Removing Invasives in Murrayville

In 2011, the Langley Environmental Partners Society’s (LEPS) Stephanie Captein and the BC Wildlife Federation’s Neil Fletcher began concocting a plan to restore a wetland in Murrayville, BC. Just one short year later, the bulk of restoration is complete and the wetland is off to a great start. Since 2004 LEPS has run the highly … Continue reading

Kamloops Restoration Workshop

Thank you to Neil Fletcher and the BCWF, and to the workshop funders for holding a restoration workshop in Kamloops.  In the semi arid climate of the Kamloops region, wetlands are vital for the continued existence of wildlife. At the Stud’s Pasture location the additional ephemeral ponds restored create habitat for amphibians.  The presentation by Jocelyn Garner, TRU … Continue reading

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