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Saving land for bears and badgers

The Nature Trust of BC today (July 18) announced the protection of the Columbia River Wetlands – Edgewater property, conservation lands covering 423 acres (171.5…

FWCP seeks new board member

Apply by March 29 If you want to help conserve and enhance local fish and wildlife, here’s your chance. The Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program…

Wildlife habitat prescribed burns upcoming

Prescribed burns are planned for the East Kootenay this week, assuming the weather forecast holds. First comes Raymond and Donald (Disappearing) Creeks elevation drainages south…

Spring burn season is over

By Trish Barnes Weather, safety and smoke are always factors when it comes to pulling off prescribed burns in the Rocky Mountain Trench. The Rocky…