CPAWS BC Blog

Volunteer Blog: Putting your mark on the history of Strathcona Park


Blog by our volunteer coordinator Miki Eslake where she describes how she is leaving her mark on the historic Strathcona Provincial Park.

Volunteer Blog: Why I Stand Up for Parks by Moe Nadeau


Blog by CPAWS-BC volunteer Moe Nadeau talking the spark behind the Stand Up for Parks geocache contest.

Stand Up for Parks Geocache Challenge


Stand up for BC's parks during the month of September for the opportunity to win some outdoor gear.

Camp Cooking at Conkle Lake


It’s been a long day. Maybe you hiked through a river valley, kayaked across a lake, or climbed up a mountain (or all three?!). Whatever the adventure, when you’re approaching camp with your nose burnt, your muscles aching, and the sun setting in the distance there is only ever one thing on your mind: food.

Parks Day is a reminder of BC’s failing wilderness protection


From broken bridges to blown-down signs to closed (and filthy) vault toilets, our parks show signs of disrepair down almost every trail. Operational funding for BC Parks has hovered around $30 million since 2001. During the same time period, the amount of land in BC Parks has almost doubled. This has left BC Parks funded at about $2 per hectare.

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