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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

What Are We Protecting In Our Provincial Parks?

Posted on March 11, 2020

Categories: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | Conservation

Tags: Conservation | licence plate program |

More than 14 million hectares of provincial parks and protected areas in B.C. have been established in large part to help protect the province’s stunning biodiversity. Of all the provinces and...

Do Fish Mind Snotty Rivers?

Posted on March 6, 2020

Categories: Conservation | Education

Tags: BC Parks | Conservation | Living Lab Program |

Written by Niall Clancy  Imagine someone has sneezed over all the rocks in your local stream. If you’ve ever seen Didymosphenia geminata, it shouldn’t be too difficult to imagine what...

BC Parks Made me a Citizen Scientist!

Posted on February 19, 2020

Categories: Community Engagement | Conservation | Volunteer

Tags: Backcountry | Volunteers | Wildlife |

Written by Crystal Mason In 2019 my partner and I volunteered for the BC Parks Citizen Science Wildlife Monitoring Program to install and monitor a trail camera in the Coquihalla area. The...

Top 3 Reasons to Become a Student Ranger

Posted on February 12, 2020

Categories: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | Our People

Tags: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | Student Rangers |

Picture this, you’re a new hire to the 2020 Student Ranger Program and are about to meet your crew for the first time. After introductions, you all load into the BC Parks truck and set out to the...

The Evolution of the Raven Lake Cabin

Posted on January 20, 2020

Categories: BC Parks News

Tags: Backcountry | Recreation |

Sugarbowl-Grizzly Den Provincial Park, a local Prince George treasure, was established in 1999 to protect the old growth cedar, hemlock, spruce forests and sweeping alpine meadows. With nearly 24,000...


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