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Students explore McGinty Lake

By Kim Urbaniak As the group exits the forest and steps into the clearing by the lake, their eyes fill with wonder, “So THIS is…

A look at Turtle Day 2018

The Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program and Rocky Mountain Naturalists teamed up to recognize Turtle Day on Tuesday, April 24 at the Elizabeth Lake Visitor Centre…

Learn about BC Hydro operations May 17

BC Hydro is hosting a public meeting to discuss Columbia Basin reservoir levels, fish operations and its programs and local activities on Wednesday, May 17….

Trench Society marks 20th anniversary

Twenty years ago eight grassroots organizations in the East Kootenay and upper Columbia Valley joined forces to initiate a ground-breaking program aimed at restoring grassland…

The story of a once wild river

Collecting data on Lake Koocanusa By Heather Leschied From my viewpoint looking out over Lake Koocanusa, I can’t help but imagine this landscape; pre-Highway 3,…