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Crowd Rallies at Legislature to Support Agricultural Land Reserve

— Posted on Feb 10, 2014 08:30 PM in: General News
Crowd Rallies at Legislature to Support Agricultural Land Reserve

About 1,000 people were on the lawns of the B.C. legislature on Family Day Monday for a “food for the future” rally, seeking to preserve the province’s agricultural land reserve.

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Helping Canada’s Endangered Bats

— Posted on Feb 10, 2014 02:00 PM in: Updates from the Field
Helping Canada’s Endangered Bats

Researcher Cori Lausen conducted the first formal inventory of bats in B.C.`s Flathead Valley, concluding they could play an important role in understanding White Nose Syndrome.

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Site C Dam Protesters Preparing to Descend on Victoria

— Posted on Feb 09, 2014 08:30 PM in: General News
Site C Dam Protesters Preparing to Descend on Victoria

When Ken Boon and his wife, Arlene, sat down to write to the Joint Review Panel examining BC Hydro’s proposal to build the Site C dam, they looked out over farmland that has been in their family for 70 years.

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When the Waters Get Too Hot

— Posted on Feb 09, 2014 03:00 PM in: Updates from the Field
When the Waters Get Too Hot

Y2Y Partner Story: Helping wildlife adapt to climate change throughout the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

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Protecting More than a Postage-stamp Sized Ecosystem

— Posted on Feb 07, 2014 08:30 PM in: General News
Protecting More than a Postage-stamp Sized Ecosystem

Yukon First Nations and Yukon-based environmental organizations are taking legal action to secure protections for the Peel River Watershed against the expansion of new mineral staking and oil and gas development.

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