The Wetlands Workforce is excited to share with you our showcase webinar, Wetlands: Hope in a Time of Uncertainty, which highlights the work and resources that came out of this one-year project.
On behalf of the B.C. Wildlife Federation’s Wetlands Workforce project, we are pleased to present this final report which highlights the work our crews accomplished and the collaboration achieved throughout 2021.
Every year, people from around the world come together to celebrate wetlands. World Wetlands Day dates back to 1971, when several environmentalists joined together to reaffirm the importance and love for wetlands.
We are saddened to inform you that Glenn Auger, Indigenous Advisor for the Wetlands Workforce, passed away the morning of December 1st, 2021
The BCWF joined other water-focused conservation groups to call for continued investment in water security during the 2022 Provincial Budget Consultations.
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.
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.