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BCWF Youth Program

 

 

                   

 

             

 

 

 


The BCWF Youth Program's goal is to ensure the sound, long-term management of British Columbia’s fish, wildlife, park, and other recreational resources through providing comprehensive educational outdoor programs for BC's youth. 



 

 


Kamloops, BC

July 8th - July 12th 

- Registration for Kamloops will open later this Spring -
We apologize for any inconvenience

 

Radium Hot Springs, BC

July 22nd - July 26th

 

Rock Creek

August 26th - August 30th

 

Registration Opens 9:00 AM - March 22nd


 


Castlegar, BC

July 15th - July 19th

 

Kamloops, BC

August 12th - August 16th

- Registration for Kamloops will open later this Spring -
We apologize for any inconvenience

 

Abbotsford, BC

August 19th - August 23rd

 

Registration Opens 9:00 AM - March 22nd


 

 

 

Education

Education is a critical value for the BCWF. The future of British Columbia relies on educating the public – especially today’s youth – about sustainable management of our natural resources including fish, wildlife, and habitat. By providing hands-on educational experiences, the BCWF gives our youth opportunities to interact with the outdoors in new ways, providing them with lasting impressions on their important role in conservation efforts.

Citizenship

We strive to be more than simple users of the environment. We strive to be citizens who take ownership of our impacts and respect our natural resource and be mindful of its use. 

 

Enjoyment and Inclusivity 

Our love and enjoyment of the outdoors is what unites us. The BCWF believes that every youth has the right to enjoy BC's nature, fish, wildlife, and habitat.  

 

 

If you have any questions regards the BCWF Youth Program please contact:

Chris Lim

Youth Program Coordinator

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604.882.9988 x228


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