The Royal British Columbia Museum is proud to be associated with the following individuals, organizations and institutions. We are particularly grateful for the ongoing and generous financial assistance made possible from The Robert and Florence Filburg Fund through the Vancouver Foundation.

The Living Landscapes: Peace River - Northern Rockies initiative would not be successful without the voluntary participation of our Regional Advisory Panel, support and commitment of our program partners and their individual project sponsors, as well as the hard work and commitment of the program's regional coordinator, Kathleen O'Neill.

Sponsors:

 

Community Event Partners:

Dawson Creek:
Dawson Creek Art Gallery
Northern Lights College
School District #59 (Peace River South)
South Peace Historical Society

Fort Nelson:
Chalo School (Fort Nelson First Nation)
Fort Nelson Bi-Centennial Committee
Fort Nelson First Nation
Old Fort Nelson Heritage Society
R.L. Angus Elementary School
School District #81 (Fort Nelson)

Fort St. John:
Northern Lights College
North Peace Historical Society
School District #60 (Peace River North)

Hudson's Hope:
District of Hudson's Hope
Hudson's Hope Elementary School
Hudson's Hope Historical Society
Moberly Lake Elementary School
Northern Lights College

Program Partners:
Doig River First Nation
Heritage North Consulting Ltd.
Hudson's Hope Historical Society
McLeod Lake Tse'Khene Elders Society
Pamela den Ouden
Peace Habitat and Conservation Endowment Trust Society

Ross Peck
Tourism Dawson Creek
Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation
Wayne Sawchuk
Wildland Resources
West Moberly First Nations

Regional Advisory Panel:
Alison Starr
Emanuel Machado
Orland Wilkerson
Pierre Johnstone
Richard Kabzems
Wim Kok