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Conservation Conversation:  Going Green as a Family

Conservation Conversation: Going Green as a Family

By Amber Gregg – As many of you may know, our previous co-ordinator Vanessa Moberg recently boarded a 34-foot sail boat and set off for sea in an effort to create awareness around conservation. Vanessa’s adventurous decision meant that the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society would need to find a replacement for her—a tall order. After […]

Conservation Conversation: The Potato Project

Conservation Conversation: The Potato Project

By Nola Daintith and Rodger Hamilton – For the last three years, two very generous market gardeners near Soda Creek, north of Williams Lake, have opened their potato patches and other vegetable fields in the fall to the Cariboo-Chilcotin Conservation Society (CCCS). Members of the CCCS along with friends, students, and assorted dogs have spent […]

Conservation Conversation: World Water Day March 22

Conservation Conversation: World Water Day March 22

By Jenny Howell – I have been teaching Water Wise classes to elementary kids for many years now. It is in many ways the ideal job with lots of variety and flexibility, including outdoor classes at Gavin Lake near Likely, BC in the fall and in February; in-class sessions through the winter months; special events […]