The SCCP and Fraser Valley Conservancy along with other local partners are hosting two upcoming workshops to launch the brand new Diversity by Design series of habitat restoration guidebooks for species at risk.
Introducing the SCCP's new Android mobile app "South Coast Endangered
Environment Canada has posted a roadmap outlining recovery planning for the next three years, check out the document at the bottom of this post. In the meantime a number of species listings and recovery strategy updates have occurred over the past year.
What is the point of saving endangered species?
It will cost billions of dollars to save all the world's threatened species. What's in it for us?
From BBC.COM July 2015
The SCCP works with a number of partners, land use authorities and citizens. Whenever we can, we like to celebrate and profile those important connections – we couldn’t do the work we do without them.
Three Cheers for Freshwater Mussels!
What can live for over 100 years, lives on the bottom of lakes and streams and needs a fish host to reproduce successfully? Some of BC’s least known and most imperilled species - freshwater mussels!
If you haven’t checked out our Landowner Stewardship page you’ve missed out on some great new resources! The SCCP has compiled a number of resources to help you learn more about stewardship, and how to identify and protect wildlife, including species at risk, in your backyard.