The Columbia Mountains Institute is supported by its 90+ Regular and Student members, and our 30+ Corporate members. Our members’ email updates are sent directly to 300 people and circulated further within the offices of our corporate members. Including our members, our announcements distribution list, and our Facebook page, our network now extends to over 1000 people.
Click here for information about becoming a CMI member, and to see a list of our corporate members.
Our conferences are supported by grants, donations and sponsorships, as noted in the information for each event. We welcome corporate and in-kind sponsors for our events. Having your name in front of our conference participants is good for your business. Each of our events is held on a cost recovery basis and your sponsorship allows us to reduce registration fees. Visit our Information for Sponsors page or call the CMI office to find out about sponsoring a conference speaker, a lunch, a Posters & Beer session, and other ways you can support an event.
The following corporate members have renewed in 2017 thus far:
AMEC Foster Wheeler – Nelson office
BC Hydro, Columbia Basin Generating Area
BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations, Kootenay Fish and Wildlife Branch
Bulkley Valley Research Centre
Canadian Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fisheries Commission
City of Revelstoke
College of Applied Biology
Cooper Beauchesne & Associates Ltd
Cornice Environmental Consulting Ltd.
Creston Valley Wildlife Management Authority
DWB Consulting Services Ltd
Ecoscape Environmental Consultants Ltd
Golder Associates – western office
Grassroots Environmental Services
Keefer Ecological Services Ltd.
LGL Ltd. Environmental Research Associates
Lotic Environmental Ltd
Margo Supplies Ltd
Masse Environmental Consultants Ltd
Monashee Outfitters Ltd.
Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Park
Parks Canada – Calgary office
Polster Environmental Services
Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation
University of Victoria, School of Environmental Studies
Vast Resource Solutions
Yellow Stone to Yukon Conservation Initiative