Canada and BC’s Coastal First Nations are working together to manage marine resources

Canada’s Federal Government and Coastal First Nations have agreed on a framework for working together in a collaborative and efficient way to govern and manage fisheries resources along BC’s North and Central Coast.

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Mill Pond Splash 2013 – June 2nd

Visit the 15th annual Mill Pond Splash, a FREE eco-festival held at Mill Pond Park, near downtown Richmond Hill. Mill Pond Splash is a lively, family oriented event showcasing environmental conservation and our natural heritage.

Woven Wire Roll-Up

Keen on conservation? Join the on Thursday, September 15 to tear-down and roll-up a woven fence inhibiting wildlife movement near Penhold, Alberta.

Check Your Watershed Day – July 16, 2011

Would you like to have some fun exploring the Credit River Watershed? Credit Valley Conservation needs volunteers to assist us with a one day monitoring event of the streams in the Upper Credit. No experience necessary!

Multi-function Cover Crops – Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust

The Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust will be working with local farmers to help establish over 3,000 acres of mult-functional cover crops in Delta, improving soil quality and providing vital habitat for wildlife, such as migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, and pollinating insects.