The raw power of nature in action in the Flathead

On a recent hike to BC’s Flathead Valley a group of teens and I saw the raw power of nature in action. Our trip was part of Wildsight’s Go Wild! Program, which aims to connect teens to wilderness areas and to get them to understand conservation issues.

Read the blog post on MEC's website.

Recovering Grizzly Populations are not a Threat to Humans

Wildsight has been engaged with grizzly bear population surveys as well as efforts to assure healthy grizzly bear populations in the region for several decades. ... Read more »

Pursuing the "Good"

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A parting blog from Invermere's Outreach Coordinator, Luke Wonneck  ... Read more »

An international perspective on the Water Sustainability Act By John Pinder

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Back in 2009, Lakes ‘Windermere’ on the Canadian Columbia river system and ‘Windermere’ in the Lake District England twinned. The event took place at a turning point conference and showcased not only the importance of lakes per-se, but how they act as measures of our corporate efforts in watershed –wide management. ... Read more »

Water is Sacred

Healing Walk

Living Lakes Canada is a network of grassroots organizations taking local action to protect their watersheds. It is a joint project of Wildsight, Lake Winnipeg Foundation and Global Nature Fund. We recognize that healthy communities depend on healthy watersheds. ... Read more »

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