Remembrance Day long weekend marked the first Take Back the Wild conservation training summit designed for seniors. Sixteen aspiring conservationists joined us from across the South Okanagan-Similkameen to learn from local leaders in conservation, engage in dialogue on key components of campaign planning, and to inspire and celebrate regional conservation in action. Our Community Engagement Coordinator Alana tells all about it in our new blog.
Thinking about your next BC outdoor adventure? We asked some of our donors to tell us about their most memorable outdoor adventure in BC. From going into labour on a canoe trip to being airlifted out of the West Coast Trail, some of these wilderness enthusiasts' stories are sure to inspire you to head into our stunning BC outdoors!
For this year's Vancouver International Film Festival, CPAWS-BC is the community partner of Seasons, a sensory journey that takes us into the lives of wildlife great and small. The film sends a powerful message about the devastating result of human development and impact, and a very frightening future for Canada’s landscapes.
Our Terrestrial Conservation Manager, Jessie Corey, on the inspiring discussions, talks, and workshops this week at the World Conservation Congress (WCC), organized by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) once every four years.
Ever wonder what happens at one of our Get Outside BC summits? Read all about this fun adventure from one of our GOBC coordinators at the 2016 Kimberley summit in Kokanee Creek Provincial Park!