IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME: SANDHILL CRANES SPOTTED IN WETLAND RESTORATION SITE

Today the BCWF Wetlands Education Program (WEP) Team is celebrating a big win! A restoration project completed in Meadow Creek, in the Lardeau Valley at the north end of Kootenay Lake, is now home for a family of Sandhill Cranes, a species listed as “vulnerable” by the Province of BC. This last phase of the … Continue reading

A RIVER RUNS THROUGH US: SQUAMISH OUTREACH 2018

Maureen Nadeau and Emily Suchy of the Wetlands Education Program (WEP) spent an amazing past two weeks in Squamish, joining forces with the Squamish River Watershed Society (SRWS) to deliver educational programs to students from grades 2-6! This year’s theme was, “A River Runs Through Us” and the event was held at the ever relevant … Continue reading

WELCOMING OUR SUMMER 2018 INTERN!

This week we are welcoming our new summer intern, Emily Suchy, for the 2018 season! Emily is psyched to be joining Moe, Jason, and Neil on the Wetlands Education Program team and is looking forward to the many exciting projects we have in the works for this summer. Emily is currently working towards her BSc … Continue reading

CONNECTING SURREY STUDENTS TO THE OUTDOORS: NATURE KNOWLEDGE FESTIVAL 2018

The BC Wildlife Federation Wetlands Education Program (WEP) team joined forces with Metro Vancouver Regional Parks, Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society, and A Rocha Canada this Wednesday to provide over 140 Grade 4 and 5 students from schools around Surrey with hands on, outdoor learning. The free event, titled Nature Knowledge Festival, was held at … Continue reading

Working with the St’át’imc Community: Map our Marshes in Lillooet

Due to the success of a Map our Marshes workshop in the summer of 2016, the Wetlands Education Program team was invited back to Lillooet this July 24th and 25th to deliver another two day wetland assessment workshop. Instructed by Ryan Durand of EcoLogic Environmental Consultants, 16 participants from the Lillooet region were lead through … Continue reading

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