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Holiday Gift Cards – give EcoSociety!

Want an easy, feel-good solution for your holiday gifting needs? Give the gift of EcoSociety! Choose from one of our four delightful designs, write your own personal message, and we'll add a certificate with the amount you wish to give in the recipient's name. Option #1: Renewable Energy House         Option #2: Holiday Bears Option #3: Starry Winter               Option #4: Solar Penguin by…

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Union of BC Municipalities supports changing the way logging is done on private land

The Union of BC Municipalities endorsed a motion at their September annual meeting in Whistler to regulate how logging is done on private land. UBCM and our local governments must now tell the BC Provincial Government to change the way logging is done on private lands to at least meet current public land forest land use standards. The motion that was endorsed was: Whereas many areas of rural BC…

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Nature Camps – Summer 2018

One Day Nature Camps Dates: Every Tuesday & Thursday in July and August Time: 9 AM to 4 PM Location: Kokanee Creek Nature Centre, Kokanee Creek Provincial Park, BC (see map) Cost: $20.00 per day Camp Director: Joanne A. Siderius, Ph.D., Senior Naturalist, Kokanee Creek Nature Centre * Program intended for 6 to 9 year olds. For Registration and Information, CALL: 250-825-4723

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Wine not Pipeline

Premier Rachel Notley has decided to boycott BC wines in an attempt to pressure BC to push through the Kinder Morgan pipeline. The logical response, of course, is to increase purchases of BC wines to counteract her boycott. So wine not host a BC wine tasting? That’s right, this is your cordial invitation to protest the Kinder Morgan pipeline by joining EcoSociety in our office for an afternoon of…

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EcoSociety Partners with the Wild Postcard Project

The EcoSociety is happy to announce that it is teaming up with the Wild Postcard Project to promote British Columbia's incredible biodiversity! About the Wild Postcard Project artwork competition: The Wild Postcard Project (WPP) would like to invite kids and teens (ages 5-18) to participate in a new initiative hoping to raise awareness of BC's biodiversity through an artwork competition.…

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Urgent: Cancel the Site-C Dam

Breaking news: The BC government is about to decide the fate of the Site C Dam! We’re hearing they might approve it, and we need your help. The BC government could decide on the fate of Site C as soon as today, but across the province, opposition to the mega-dam is growing, and evidence is mounting that the project would be a financial and environmental disaster. Read the West Kootenay…

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