Over 560 metres of Douglas Creek in the Bull River drainage near Fernie were restored to a functioning wetland ecosystem to support a diversity of plants and animals, including Columbia Ground Squirrels and American Badgers. Funded by the FWCP, the project transformed a hayfield into functioning creek channel and floodplain, and saw the establishment of 14 ephemeral wetland basins.
Click the links below to read updated 2019 Columbia Region action plans Overview & Action Plans Reservoirs & Large Lakes Action Plan Rivers & Riparian Areas Action Plan Small Lakes Action Plan Upland & Dryland […]
FWCP’s role in supporting Kokanee We conserve and enhance fish and wildlife in watersheds impacted by BC Hydro dams. Kokanee is a focal species in our Columbia Region Reservoirs and Large Lakes Action Plan. We fund […]
Toadfest 2020 hopped online! We hosted two online Toadfest events in 2020 and want to share our western toad videos with you. Learn more about the toad’s migration, life cycle and the research and mitigation […]