Something unexpected visited the ponds at the Halleran site in Meadow Creek, a small community in the mountainous Lardeau Valley. At the Halleran site, it…
The Wetlands Workforce is helping build real estate for wetland birds by building birdhouses to place in restored wetlands.
Over the last three years, the B.C. Wildlife Federation’s Wetlands Education Program has been working in partnership with the Lower Kootenay Band on two landscape-scale restoration projects on traditional Yaqan Nukiy territory. The project site is well over 517 hectares in size.
Leaving a legacy is no easy task, but one conservation hero has put us on a path of continued investment in healthy watersheds and wetlands.
World Waters Day: New Wetlands Workforce project launches, a year-long initiative to improve the function of British Columbia’s wetlands.
B.C.'s Wetlands are getting a boost, with the B.C. Wildlife Federation receiving $5 million to maintain important Wetlands across the Province in 2021.
Meet Glenn Auger, Wetlands Workforce First Nations Liaison. Glenn has a diverse background of skills and experiences, but it is the work he has done as a First Nations Liaison that has given him much joy in his career.
The Wetlands Workforce program started with four key wetland stewards, brought on after completing their internship with the B.C. Wildlife Federation, through the Canadian Conservation Corps (CCC) Program.
BC Watershed Security Coalition & BCWF Celebrate a Big Win for Watersheds as the B.C. Government announces $27 million to be invested into watershed initiatives and wetland projects.