Bob Coyle Joins Peace Region Board
For more than 30 years, long-time Prince George resident Bob Coyle worked with the conservation service. Based in Dawson Creek, Valemount and Prince George, this retired grandfather of seven, spent his career fostering his childhood love of fish, wildlife and the outdoors. You can often find Bob at the cabin he built at Cluculz Lake. In spring 2016, Bob became the newest public representative on our Peace Region Board.
“I bring a lot of conservation experience, including protection and enhancement of fish, wildlife and their habitats, to the table,” says Bob.
But this isn’t the first time Bob has been involved with the FWCP. In 2011, Bob was our acting manager in the Peace Region. And he was involved in the planning and discussions that led to the Peace Region’s First Nations Working Group. This group brings local First Nations together and provides a forum to ensure First Nations interests are considered in FWCP decision making.
“This is where I live. My roots are in the north. And I want to keep working with the FWCP to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife,” says Bob.
Bob joins the 16-member Peace Region Board that is responsible for planning, budgeting and approving funding for the FWCP’s fish and wildlife projects in our Peace Region.
Sept. 1. 2016