Wetland Keepers Course
Fri Sep 21, 2012 - Sun Sep 23, 2012
Neil Fletcher, Wetlands Education Program Coordinator, BC Wildlife Federation
1-888-881-2293 ext. 232
White Lake Community Hall
3617 Parri Rd
Did you know that wetlands, one of the most important life-supporting ecosystems on earth, are rapidly disappearing from our province? In developed areas, such as Salmon Arm, Chase, and White Lake, many of BC's watery "kidneys" and "ecological supermarkets" have already vanished, and this is why we need engaged citizens to take an active role in protecting those that remain.
The BC Wildlife Federation's Wetlands Education Program is coming to the White Lake region and will hold an environmental stewardship workshop for local residents. It is with great pleasure and excitement that we bring this valuable course free of charge, as a result of generous contributions from our 2012 funders. As enagaged local citizens we'd love to see you represented at this course!
Please share the information below with those you know who are interested in understanding and protecting their local watershed. Courses are suitable to anyone from high school students to adults and are designed as citizen science tools to empower everyday people in conservation activities. People who have benefited from our courses include consultants, planners, environmental/conservation groups, government and First Nations representatives, engaged community members and keen outdoors-types.
Sign up early, as our courses have been known to fill quickly!
We look forward to meeting you!
Wetlands Education Program Coordinator,
BC Wildlife Federation