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World Rivers Day

Every September we love to celebrate our rivers! In partnership with Smithers group Friends of Morice-Bulkley, we are hosting a float of the Bulkley River from Quick to the bridge in Telkwa and a COVID-conscious celebration to follow. Chilled paddlers and river enthusiasts can warm up with a cup of hot apple cider, enjoy music, and win door prizes at the Eddy Park in Telkwa. Join us on September 27th for a flotilla, starting at 11 am Quick Bridge put-in, or come enjoy a cup of apple cider at Eddy Park in the early afternoon! The event will also be emceed by Skeena MP Taylor...

When The Salmon Spoke

When the Salmon Spoke, presented by Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission and Ping Chong + Company, in collaboration with SkeenaWild Conservation Trust and Salmon Beyond Borders, premiered online on May 31, 2020. Featuring captivating life stories from community members of the Stikine River, as well as cinematic imagery, indigenous music and visual art, this production connects coastal Tlingit and Haida communities and inland Tahltan communities of Alaska and British Columbia. When the Salmon Spoke is a part of Ping Chong + Company’s acclaimed “Undesirable Elements” series of community-specific documentary performances, adapted as a digital experience in the COVID-19 era. The production is led by Tis Peterman...

Opportunities for Sustainable Forestry in Northwest BC: Report

Northwest BC is fortunate to be endowed with extensive forest assets which have historically driven the regional economy. Cyclical booms and subsequent busts have been the norm. At the time this report was written, the forestry industry in northwest BC – and across the whole province – was in a downturn, as lack of timber, forest fires, and unstable markets challenged status quo business models. But Northwest BC is undergoing change, and recent events have galvanized communities to discuss how to move towards more resilient and sustainable communities. These discussions include how to develop northwest BC’s forestry industry in new and responsible ways that...