There are a number of organizations involved with research and monitoring. Here are a few of them with a local focus that you may like to connect with. All links will open in a new window or tab.
The Biodiversity Atlas helps improve conservation planning and decision-making by providing science-based information in an easy to understand format.
The Upper Columbia River and the adjacent Columbia Wetlands will continue to function as a healthy flood-plain ecosystem with a complex biological community governed by natural fluvial and ecological processes.
Electronic Atlas of the Wildlife of British Columbia - provides information on the biogeography of the wildlife of British Columbia. Detailed information on species--interactive maps, photographs and taxonomic descriptions.
E-Flora BC provides information on the biogeography of the plants, lichens, and fungi of British Columbia.
Conserving natural areas for Kootenay Communities. The East Kootenay Conservation Program facilitates habitat conservation and generates the support and resources needed to maintain this effort.
A partnership between BC Hydro, The Province of BC and Fisheries and Ocean. Thriving fish and wildlife populations in watersheds that are functioning and sustainable.
Brokering knowledge about the latest science and innovations in sustainable natural resource management.
A non-profit society working to coordinate invasive plant management in British Columbia.
Established in 1920, Kootenay National Park is one of 41 national parks in Canada. Together, they celebrate and protect the diversity of the nation's great landscapes.
Mission to explore and preserve British Columbia's Natural History and Human History, to inspire curiosity and wonder, and to share our story with the world.