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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

Guest Blog: Tetrahedron Outdoor Club

Posted on November 5, 2012
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Categories: Volunteers

Tags: Backcountry

25 years to celebrate: Many thanks to those who created & maintain Tetrahedron Provincial Park   by Heather Conn (original post here) On paper, it sounds like routine parks work: Build... Read More

Guest Blog: Blackwall Peak Trail Rehabilitation & Ecosystem- Protection Day

Posted on October 30, 2012
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Categories: Volunteers

By Kelley Cook Over 50 participants gather at Naturalist Hut on Blackwell Peak to take part in the 2nd Annual Manning Park Conservation Day hosted by Friends of Manning Park held at Blackwell Peak... Read More

Guest Post: Back Country Horsemen of BC – Too Bridge Work Bee, Manning Park

Posted on October 25, 2012
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Categories: Volunteers

By Rose Schroeder, Chair Yarrow Chapter of Back Country Horsemen of BC I suppose we did it to prove to BC Parks just how capable and proficient a bunch of volunteers we are and that we value our... Read More

Guest Blog: Friends of Garibaldi Park

Posted on October 18, 2012
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Categories: Volunteers

The idea of forming a group to make a ‘Stewardship Commitment’ to Garibaldi Park was initiated in 2010 and under the leadership of Al Jenkins the Friends of Garibaldi Park (FOGP) was formed. As... Read More

Guest Blog – Kelley Cook, Dewdney Trail, Manning Park

Posted on October 9, 2012
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Categories: Volunteers

The Dewdney Trail in the Snass Creek Drainage Written by Kelley Cook Friends of Manning Park volunteers contacted Ed Atkinson, West Okanagan Area Supervisor for BC Parks last year to propose a plan... Read More

 

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