Stewards of the Sea-to-Sky: Wetlands Institute 2012

Can you solve the following riddle? What do the these ingredients create: 3 communities + 36 participants + 12 trainers + 4 coordinators + 4 restoration sites, when allowed to age for 8 days? If you guessed a journey of stewards gathering lessons and inspiration towards wetland conservation in BC, then you are correct!  The … Continue reading

April 28th – Save the Frogs Day

What the heck is a herpetologist? Probably not what you think. When Elke Wind tells people that she’s a herpetologist she often gets suspicious looks until she explains that she studies reptiles and amphibians. She’s been in the field for more than 15 years and completed her Masters in the 1990s at the University of … Continue reading

Amphibian Habitat, Lost Streams of Vancouver and Crocheted Invasives

Over the past week, Neil and I have attended a few events worth mentioning on this blog. In the cold weather, when wetlands are going to sleep for the season, the only related activity we can really do as wetland stewards is network, educate ourselves and share the information. With an invitation from Paul Berlinguette … Continue reading

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