Like Social Media? Join our Creative Communications Team!

The Wetlands Education Program is seeking a Creative Communications Assistant to join our team. This individual will work with the Creative Communications Lead and the Wetlands Education Program Coordinator to promote wetland conservation and stewardship within BC. Work will largely be from home with occasional attendance of events, monthly meetings and email correspondence. A non-profit … Continue reading

Our Blogger’s Article in Streamtalk

Our 2012 social media assistant intern and blogger, Rachel Schott, has recently published an article in the DFO Journal Streamtalk (April 2012, page 5). Read about the importance of our local Herring below:  

The Lost Fen: Urban Community Rallies Over Remnant Duck Pond

It has long been an interest of mine as a wetland steward to participate in the project of an urban wetland. While the city isn’t the most important space for wildlife habitat, it does provide many great learning opportunities for a very broad audience. On March 15th, I had the opportunity to sit in on … Continue reading

Reflections of White Birch

When thinking about wetland ecosystems along the coast, it is easy to imagine the sedges and rushes or other low growing plants we’ve come to expect around water. What might escape this mental picture are the surrounding trees that stabilize the banks or edges of a small pond or poke out from the center of … Continue reading

A stewardship gathering in Cache Creek

Connecting with people who share a passion for watershed stewardship is always an energizing experience for me.  The 8th Annual BC Interior Stewardship Workshop left my brain spinning with new contacts, resources and ideas.  If you’re a community steward or part of a watershed organization active in BC’s interior, this workshop should be high on … Continue reading

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