Thousands of B.C.’s endangered whitebark pine logged on private land
An estimated 19,000 cubic metres of the trees have been cut down on privately owned forest lands since being listed under the Species at Risk Act, leading to calls for tougher rules
Kootenay Living Magazine
Close to the land, An interview
with Bill Hanlon
Working with my partner, Eddie Petryshen, on editorials is always a treat. Bill Hanlon is a long time conservationist, horseman, and co-chair of the BC Branch Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
Columbia Basin Trust
Creating Destinations to be Desired
Back in August 2019 I had the opportunity to join three Recreation Youth Crew students up the St. Mary to document CBT’s new program co-developed with Recreation & Sites BC.
Columbia River Field School
Each summer Wildsight puts a two week long immersive learning adventure for students ages 15-18. Over 15 days, students travel the Columbia River by canoe while exploring important aspects of the river’s story through lessons in geography, ecology, hydrology, technology, economics, politics, history and culture.