Rossland Centennial Wetland Restoration Project: Eva Cameron
Centennial Wetland Restoration Project
This project’s goal is to restore, protect and conserve the integrity of the Centennial Wetland, by repairing and preventing further damage and enhancing habitat. This will be accomplished by building a 40‐metre trail that routes OHVs and trail users out of the wetland and by restoring a one‐acre area by repairing the filling, ditching and head cuts that are changing the wetland hydrology.
Supporting endangered East Kootenay Whitebark Pine More than 5,700 whitebark pine seedlings were planted near Boswell, Kimberley, and the Kootenay Pass between Salmo and Creston. Whitebark pine is a endangered and keystone species in high-elevation […]
Three floating nest platforms for common loons in the North Columbia have recently been monitored and maintained by Yucwmenlúcwu (Splatsin Caretakers of the Land LLP). All are in good condition and covered with vegetation. More […]
Engaging with First Nations Thanks to all the Columbia Region grant applicants who submitted an optional Notice of Intent (NOI) by the September 9 deadline. If you did not submit a NOI, we encourage and […]