Apply for the Minister’s Wildlife Advisory Council:
All British Columbians are invited to support the implementation of the draft Together for Wildlife Strategy. This council will be non-partisan and not representative of any particular groups or interests and will advise the Minister on province-wide wildlife and habitat issues on an ongoing basis.
- Read the letter from the Minister
- Read the Council DRAFT Terms of Reference
- Read the Minister’s Wildlife Advisory Council Q&A
What is the draft Together for Wildlife Strategy?
The draft strategy contains goals and actions that aim to improve wildlife management and habitat conservation in B.C.
The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development has adopted a four-phase engagement process to develop a new and improved wildlife management and habitat conservation strategy for British Columbia. The ministry collaborated with Indigenous peoples, rural communities, wildlife organizations, natural resource development industry stakeholders, and the public to develop the draft strategy, called Together for Wildlife.