The Alberta Conservation Association conserves, protects and enhances fish and wildlife populations and their habitats for Albertans to enjoy, value and use.
The Babine Watershed Monitoring Trust (BWM Trust) funds and coordinates monitoring of natural resources management in the Babine watershed.
The Bulkley Valley Community Resources Board (BVCRB) is a collection of local citizens with a range of value perspectives who guide local land-use decisions.
BVLDAMSs mandate is to educate, and increase the understanding of , the public, environmental organizations, government and the press about environmental preservation and restoration by offering workshops, seminars, training and lectures on the topic of air quality and its importance.
The Coast Sustainability Trust II (CST) exists to help mitigate the negative effects of British Columbia provincial government land use decisions related to the Land and Resources Management Plan (LRMP) process, and the implementation of Ecosystem Based Management (EBM), on workers, contractors, First Nations and civic communities on the Central Coast, North Coast and the Queen Charlotte Islands/Haida Gwaii.
Driftwood Foundation's main purposes are, to sponsor cultural events, promote independent research, and to promote full and informed public involvement in decisions made about recreation and resource plans for the Bulkley Valley and Northwester British Columbia.
The Moore Foundation's Environmental Conservation Program balances long-term conservation with sustainable use. They protect critical ecosystems. They establish models for collaboration that can be replicated and expanded around the globe. And they seek to create lasting change in how land, freshwater and coastal marine ecosystems are managed.
The HCTFs mission statement is: To invest in projects that maintain and enhance the health and biological diversity of British Columbia’s fish, wildlife, and habitats so that people can use, enjoy, and benefit from these resources.
MEC helps keep space for adventure by conserving ecologically and recreationally important places and by inspiring and enabling Canadians to be active outside.
The mission of the Northwest Data Sharing Network is timely, co-ordinated, co-operative, and innovative use of the geo-spatial data sets to reduce ownership data costs and improve decision-making about land use in our region.
The Foundation's overall aim is to transform land use attitudes and practices, thus contributing to resilient, healthy communities and natural environments. Their grant programs support progressive initiatives that address current challenges and plan for the future.
Smithers Exploration Group (SEG) has been serving and promoting the mineral industry in Northwest British Columbia since 1971. They are dedicated to the advancement of geology, exploration and mining in the northwest.
SERNbc is a group of individuals and agencies interested in collaborating to help restore vulnerable and degraded ecosystems in the Omineca Region of Northern British Columbia.
Canada's North is in a mode of change - some communities struggle greatly, other communities adapt, grow and move forward. THE KASSANDRA TRUST is a private Trust established to facilitate certain aspects of this change. With our work we want to identify, inspire and support initiatives which aim towards sustainable solutions in Northern BC. THE KASSANDRA TRUST will dedicate funds with an emphasis on community, arts, ecology, sustainability and innovation.
Tides Canada's mission is to provide uncommon solutions for the common good by leading and supporting actions that foster a healthy environment and just Canadian society.