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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

Student ranger posing besides Jerry the Moose mascot at E.C. Manning Provincial Park

BC Parks Youth Employment Program and Student Rangers , Summer 2021, Part 2

Posted on October 14, 2021
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Categories: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | Community Engagement

Tags: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | BC Parks Rangers | Student Rangers |

Maleen, Olivia and Julie are three of 86 youth who were employed in the BC Parks Student Ranger and Youth Employment Programs across the province this year. The Student Ranger Program is now in...

While You Were Away  

Posted on October 7, 2021
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Categories: BC Parks News

Our parks play an important role in providing outdoor space and access to nature to the people of BC and visitors to our province. But what happens when we remove the people from those spaces and...

Surfrider Foundation/BC Parks 2021 Beach Cleanup

Posted on October 5, 2021
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Categories: BC Parks News

At BC Parks, we are committed to serving British Columbians by protecting natural features and providing diverse opportunities for outdoor recreation for current and future generations. BC Parks...

Discovering the alpine plants of Graham-Laurier Provincial Park

Posted on September 16, 2021
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Categories: BC Parks News

Written by: Ken Marr, Royal BC Museum  In the summer of 2018, biologists from the Royal BC Museum (RBCM) and the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operations and Rural...

Youth Employment Program and Student Ranger Program, Summer 2021

Posted on September 14, 2021
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Categories: BC Parks News

When Mackenzie Clark comes into work, she knows she’s going to learn something new and chances are she will be out in the field, in a provincial park. Mackenzie is one of 37 youth employed in the...

 

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