We were so stoked to learn that Back Forty Design Co. is donating 5% of all sales to the FMCBC! Thanks so much for the support!
BC Parks is now hiring student ranger crew members and student ranger crew leads for the 2019 season. The deadline to apply is February 24, 2019. More details.
An audit of Forest Licence A89984, held by Adams Lake, which is managed by the Adams Lake Indian Band, has found compliance with most requirements of the Forest and Range Practices Act and the Wildfire Act, according to a report released by the Forest Practices Board.
A Forest Practices Board investigation concluded that the legislative and policy framework for BC woodlots is appropriate and most woodlots are conducting good forest practices on the ground. Read the report.
With all the recent talk of glaciers disappearing in Western Canada, it’s worth checking out the Mountain Legacy Project. This fascinating collection of photographs uses a repeat survey photography technique to explore the change in Canada’s mountain landscapes.
Not surprisingly, BC Parks has been inundated with questions about the enormous cave discovered in Wells Gray Provincial Park. So much so that they created an FAQ just for the cave!
A Fernie local recently released Fernie Area Hiking Trails and Natural Plant Compendium, a guide to local trails and flora.
Kudos to the Squamish Access Society for working to protect the forested area around the Grand Wall boulders! The new cedar fencing encourages climbers to stick to established trails, minimizing impact on the park. Read more about it.
ACC-National posted an awesome blog about hut etiquette. It's a must-read!