NWPS Partners with Federation of Canadian Artists for Wildlife Art Exhibition
Northwest Wildlife – Thank You Firstwest!
Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society is collaborating with the Federation of Canadian Artists on their hosting of a Wildlife Exhibition at Federation Gallery on Granville Island in Vancouver from May 1st to May 13th. Around 50 juried artists will be involved. The art exhibition will highlight the natural world and the animals that inhabit it. Visit the gallery […]
NWPS Welcomes New Volunteer from England
Thank you to Firstwest Credit Union for their generous support of our Indoor Wildlife Workshops on Vancouver Island. Their support goes directly to the delivery of wildlife workshops in schools and helps create future generations of environmental leaders!
NWPS Welcomes New Winter Co-op Student
NWPS would like to introduce our newest volunteer: Aurora Hicks Beach from London, England. Aurora has been here less than two months and is already volunteering with various organizations around the city. She is excited to be able to experience the city while still being able to be so close to nature. She has already gone […]
Our Wildlife Education Manager Was Recognized as a Top “EE 30 Under 30”
Last week, NWPS welcomed our new winter co-op student: Leanne Jennings from Kitchener, Ontario. Thanks to the funding from ECO Canada‘s Student Work-Integrated Learning Program (SWILP), we were able to offer her a paid co-op position until the end of April. She will be working as our Outreach Assistant. Leanne is currently working towards getting […]
Northwest Wildlife – Thank You BC Hydro!
Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society’s Wildlife Education Manager, Connel Bradwell, was one of 30 people recognized as a top EE 30 Under 30 by the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). According to their website, “the EE 30 Under 30 program recognizes individuals in the U.S. and internationally, 30 years of age of younger, who […]
Thank You, FortisBC!
Thank you to BC Hydro for their generous support of our Nature Walk Programs. Their support goes directly to the design and delivery of our Nature Walks, giving more children access to wildlife and the outdoors!
We’re Hiring Winter Term Co-op Student
Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society would like to thank FortisBC for their generous support of our Indoor Wildlife Workshops. Their support goes directly to the delivery of wildlife workshops in schools and helps create future generations of environmental leaders!
A Brush With Nature Was a Huge Success!
Are you a current university or college student from an environmental studying in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) looking for a winter co-op placement? We are hiring ! See the full job posting below. Outreach Assistant Seasonal co-op position for Winter 2018. Period: 16 weeks flexible start and end date between […]
Northwest Wildlife – Thanks to Timberwest
Thank you for helping to make our 30th anniversary celebration “A Brush With Nature” a huge success! Thanks to your support, we raised a whopping $13,538! Thanks to your support, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society can continue to preserve wildlife in British Columbia through the delivery of free wildlife education and environmental stewardship programs to disadvantaged […]
We thank Timberwest for their generous support of our bird and wildlife sanctuary, Manley Farm. Their support goes directly to special projects such as habitat restoration and invasive species management, as well as ongoing maintenance of the farm. Their contribution is sincerely appreciated, thank you Timberwest!