• 01/30/18
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    CREDtalk: Yellow Warbler

    The Columbia Region Ecological Discussions include speakers addressing a diversity of topics such as science communication, active ecological management, citizen science, research skills and techniques and the influences that our natural environment has on art and culture.  Presentations will be recorded […]

  • 12/05/17
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    CREDtalk: Ungulate Population Management

    The Columbia Region Ecological Discussions include speakers addressing a diversity of topics such as science communication, active ecological management, citizen science, research skills and techniques and the influences that our natural environment has on art and culture.  Presentations will be recorded […]

  • 11/17/17
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    Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest

    Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest is a cinematic journey into the tragically threatened world of endangered mountain caribou, their home is the world’s largest remaining inland temperate rainforest. Critical human and political choices will ultimately decide the fate […]

  • 11/01/17
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    Single use plastic – not in my town!

    Revelstoke businesses take the lead on eliminating single-use plastics. Here’s how you can eliminate this unnecessary waste from your life. The revelation that single use plastics is terrible for the environment comes as a surprise to no one. Drop a plastic […]

  • 10/18/17
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    Invasive species in Revelstoke: How to weed them out of your life

    Summer has given way to the wet chills of autumn. It’s the perfect time to chat about the reality of invasive species in Revelstoke and learn about how changing your behaviour can help stop them. That bamboo growing rampantly all summer? Known […]

  • 09/28/17
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    Introduction to Hunting Basics

    The next installment of the Hunting & Gathering workshop series is aimed at providing beginners to hunting with a platform to ask questions, veteran hunters to share knowledge, and for anyone to come and learn on how to get […]

  • 09/22/17
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    2017 Kokanee Fish Fest

    The Kokanee Fish Festival is designed for grade 2 students in the Revelstoke area to learn about the life cycle, culutural significance, and conservation efforts which contribute to the Kokanee fish population in Revelstoke.  The festival takes place at […]

  • 09/19/17
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    Planting Milkweed for Monarchs

    In an effort to learn more about providing the endangered Monarch butterfly with sustainable habitat, we came across an often recommended species of flower called Showy Milkweed.  Although this flowering plant is very much suitable for the monarch, research indicates that […]

  • 05/25/17
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    Wildlife Viewing Opportunities!

    This time of year offers us one of the best opportunities to get out and enjoy the natural environment.  After a long winter of dormancy, hibernation, and migration, we are welcoming a late melt with open arms and noticing as […]

  • 03/14/17
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    Spring brings increasing interest in bat health and public reports of bats

    Fortunately for the bats of BC, it has been a quiet winter. The Columbia-Shuswap Community Bat Program, in collaboration with the Province of BC, is on the lookout for signs of White-Nose Syndrome (WNS). WNS is a fungal disease […]

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