Find out what's happening at the museum and archives in these monthly talks featuring curators, staff and researchers.
Keeping the Peace: Maintaining Habitat Connectivity in BC’s Northeast
The mighty Peace is a spectacular region where the Boreal Plains meet the Northern Boreal Mountains and the Rocky Mountains’ Hart Range intersects the cool waters of the Peace River. But oil and gas development, coal and coalbed methane development, forestry, mining and wind energy development, as well as the recently approved Site C hydro dam threaten the integrity of the landscape.
Join Tim Burkhart, Peace regional coordinator for the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, for a journey across this incredible landscape, including footage and photos from a 2018 expedition into the Wild Hart Ranges with the Royal BC Museum, and learn about how you can help keep the Peace.