New Hope for Wetlands in BC: FREP Wetland Health Assessment

Earlier this year, the BC Wildlife Federation Wetlands Education Program received a contract from the Government of British Columbia to develop a protocol to assess the health of wetlands as part of the Forest and Range Evaluation Program (FREP). The protocol is designed to assess wetlands that have been impacted by forestry operations. However, there … Continue reading

Wildlife, and even wilder fun – Wild Kidz Camp Smithers 2016!

The second BCWF Wild Kidz camp of 2016 took place on the week of August 8th – 12th, this time we were in Smithers BC! After a lengthy 12 hour drive over two days, we were greeted by the majestic Hudson Bay Mountains looming overhead. Smithers was a sensory overload of incredible sights, and experiences! … Continue reading

Mapping Wetlands in St’at’imc Territory with Split Rock Environmental – Lillooet

Splitrock Environmental is an aboriginal business, owned by the St’at’imc community of Sekw’el’was. They specialize in ecological stewardship, environmental monitoring, native plant propagation and ethnobotany. Splitrock is looking to identify and classify wetlands in the St’at’imc Territory.  For the first year the focus will be on lands within a 15km radius of Lillooet to the south … Continue reading

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