Did you know?
Our Province is in a State of Environmental Crisis.
Over the past 5 years the population in BC has grown exponentially, doubling in size from 2.2 to over 4.8 million people.
In the past 20 years, over
20% of government jobs dedicated to natural resource management have
been removed. While at the same time, funding for natural resource
management was cut in half.
There are approximately 230
species at risk in BC including several iconic animals: central
mountain caribou, sturgeon, mule deer, steelhead, and many more. This list continues to grow every year.
Today,only 45 steelhead remain in the Chilcotin river and only 144 steelhead in the Thompson. One of British Columbia's most iconic populations of steelhead is almost completely wiped-out forever.
Combating devastating development on the Fraser River to protect sturgeon habitat.
Working to protect what's left of the Chilcotin Steelhead by recognizing them as endangered species.
how to restore mule deer populations in BC by studying how landscape
change and the predator prey community are affecting our current
Leading numerous wetlands activities that result in habitat restoration, enhancement and conservation projects.
- Working with the BC Government and local communities to help increase the abundancy of fish and wildlife that presently continue to decline.