Developing a Conservation and Restoration Plan for Seton River Corridor
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Seton River Corridor Conservation Restoration Project: Phase 4
This project engages disparate stakeholders to facilitate the development and implementation of a Seton River Corridor Conservation and Restoration Plan, with the aim of enhancing and increasing valuable habitat for fish and wildlife, with a focus on species‐at‐risk. This project will provide valuable information about past restoration and revegetation activities through a comprehensive monitoring program in partnership with Thompson Rivers University, where research will be undertaken to determine factors that influence success/failure of bioengineering and other revegetation works that can be extrapolated across the St’at’imc Territory in relation to site analysis and probability success.
Glen Cartwright, Coastal Region board public representative Long-time conservationist Glen Cartwright is the newest public representative on our Coastal Region board. Glen was raised just west of Williams Lake. Living on the land brought him […]
Coastal Region Board Members (October 2023) are responsible for guiding the FWCP’s work. Their work is supported by fish and wildlife technical committees. Board members pictured, left to right: Mark Peters, Ryan Stewart, Scott Barrett, […]
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