Community Stories With Impact
Get informed and motivated by real-life stories that teach us all how to be more thoughtful and considerate when we venture into nature. Dive deeper into the issues in our communities and meet the people who are stepping up to make a positive change.
11 Min Read • 23 days ago How Not to Become a Search and Rescue Statistic
We rarely embark on an outdoor adventure with the expectation that something will go wrong. However, the BC wilderness can be deceivingly treacherous where seemingly minor setbacks can balloon into major emergencies while people wait for Search and Rescue (SAR) teams to arrive.
10 Min Read • 23 days ago Litter: A Messy Problem Compromising Our Quality of Life
Meet Andy Sward, a 51-year-old Coquitlam catering supervisor has spent his vacation time and weekends as a one-man clean-up crew running along the country’s highways picking up litter. Learn more about protecting our land, waterways, wildlife.
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The Don't Love it to Death campaign acknowledges the ancestral territories of the First Nations peoples on which we humbly live, work and recreate on.
We strive to respect the land and people whose territory we are visiting. We also commit to creating meaningful and lasting relationships to assist in amplifying the voices of the First Nations people through our learning experiences/journeys.