We’re Hiring Winter Term Co-op Student

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 […]

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A Brush With Nature Was a Huge Success!

  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 […]

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Northwest Wildlife – Thanks to Timberwest

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!

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CONTEST ALERT

CONTEST ALERT! WIN 2 tickets to our gala event + a wolf adoption kit (total value $202)!                             Simply tag your friends in our social media posts about this contest! Get 1 entry for each friend tagged. Tag on any contest post […]

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We planted 500 trees in Surrey!

We are so proud to work with so many amazing people who care about nature. Yesterday in a partnership between Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society​, Forest Recovery Canada, Honda Canada and Metro Vancouver Parks, we planted 500 native trees and shrubs in one of the most ecologically important areas in the region. We had a whopping […]

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NWPS Panelist at North American Association for Environmental Education 30 Under 30 Conference

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society (NWPS) is proud to be selected to speak as a panelist at the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) #NAAEE2017 Conference as one of the 30 Under 30: Young Leaders Making A Difference next week in Washington, DC. The 46th annual conference will be taking place October 17-21, 2017. See the […]

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Join our shoreline cleanup Aug 18

  EVENT NOTIFICATION! Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society is doing a shoreline cleanup next week. YOU’RE INVITED! Join us for the 23rd annual Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup! Help us clean up our shorelines and collect important data to help protect wildlife and people! Join us from 10am – 12pm on Friday August 18th at Horseshoe Bay […]

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NWPS Welcomes New Intern From Germany

Yesterday Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society welcomed our newest international volunteer intern: Christine Engel from Mannheim, Germany. Thanks to a wonderful partnership with global exchange placement company INTERNeX, Christine will be volunteering with NWPS until mid November in a general placement capacity helping out with office administration, fundraising and program support. Volunteers are the backbone of our organization. Thanks […]

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Beautiful British Columbia

By Liam Reilly Waking up in British Columbia is an experience. The lush greenery of our proud rainforest, the tranquil songs of our plentiful species, and the crisp air brought to us by the vast Pacific and freshened by majestic mountain ranges. Each one of us is privileged to enjoy this province, and we take […]

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Our Wildlife Education Manager Selected as Canada’s Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society’s Wildlife Education Manager Connel Bradwell has been selected as one of Canada’s Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 by The Starfish. Per their website, “The Starfish Canada’s Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 program recognizes and rewards young Canadian leaders creating positive environmental change in their local communities. Past recipients include scientists, gardeners, outdoor […]

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