Private Land Conservation Potential in the North Columbia Area

  • Start Date: December 05, 2016
  • End Date: December 05, 2016
  • Time: 7pm
  • City: Revelstoke BC
  • Venue: Revelstoke United Church
  • There has been a date change - now taking place Dec 5

IMGP3657This was the second workshop associated with the Mid-Columbia Ecosystem Enhancement Project, and all were welcome to join in on a discussion to explore private land conservation initiatives in the North Columbia region.

Juliet Craig, program manager with the Kootenay Conservation Program (KCP), explained the various ways that private land conservation can be achieved and explored the interest in expanding KCP’s programs into the North Columbia Mountains.

Ecosystem conservation on private land is one way to protect clean water, preserve important wildlife habitat, and steward the land to allow for healthy, functioning ecosystems. Since 2002 the Kootenay Conservation Program (KCP) has helped to support partners in conserving over 250,000 hectares of land and invest over $150 million into conservation projects across the east and west Kootenays.

See here for a copy of Juliet Craig’s power point presentation.



We are grateful for funding support from the KCP, Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program and the Columbia Basin Trust.

For more information contact project leader, Cindy Pearce of Mountain Labyrinths Inc.  – or 250 837-8505


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