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.
Columbia Region Board members (October 2023) are responsible for guiding our work. Their work is supported by fish and wildlife technical committees. Board members pictured, left to right: Michael Zimmer, Samara Kolasko, Wendy Booth, Eva […]
Toadfest 2023: cancelled due to smoke and air quality Due to poor air quality, Toadfest 2023 is cancelled (updated 6:50 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 17). Please do not come to Summit Lake today. Thursday August 17, […]
Engaging with First Nations The FWCP’s Columbia Region board is working to strengthen engagement with the Ktunaxa Nation Council, Okanagan Nation Alliance, and the Secwepemc Nation in the region’s leadership, decision-making, project planning and delivery. […]