St'at'imc Chiefs Council
The St'at'imc Government Services Environment Program focuses on lands and natural resource issues across St’at’imc territory. Focus areas include water, Mule Deer, Grizzly bear (as an umbrella species), plants, and species at risk. Although Salmon are a high priority for the nation, most of this work is funded through other departments and through various existing projects.
AWARE is active on environmental and sustainability issues in our valley, and work to protect the fast vanishing wilderness in our backyard. AWARE sees a sensible balanced approach to environmental sustainability as the only option for our future, from environmental, social and economic perspectives.
BC Nature is a federation of local natural history groups and represents over 52 local nature clubs throughout BC.
BC Spaces for Nature
For over 35 years, BC Spaces for Nature has led campaigns that have protected over 8.4 million acres of BC’s wilderness, including such areas as the Tatshenshini and the Spatsizi.
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
CPAWS centres around public lands and oceans. We seek specific wilderness conservation from provincial, federal and First Nations governments. Our goal is to create large, meaningful protected areas with ecological strength – places that can nurse nature through climate change and shelter biodiversity forever.
"Keeping the Northwest wild" since 1989, Conservation Northwest protects and connects old-growth forests and other wild areas from the Washington Coast to the BC Rockies: vital to a healthy future for us, our children, and wildlife.
Lillooet Naturalist Society
The Lillooet Naturalists Society aims to promote the enjoyment and understanding of nature for naturalists and the public.
Pemberton Wildlife Association
Founded in 1962, Pemberton Wildlife Association is arguably the oldest association in the Corridor dedicated towards promoting conservation, preservation, and enhancement of wildlife and outdoor recreational resources.
Sierra Club BC
Sierra Club BC is a non-profit environmental organization whose mission is to protect and conserve British Columbia’s wilderness, species and ecosystems, within the urgent context of global warming impacts. We advocate the responsible use of B.C.’s natural resources while promoting a modern, equitable economy that sustains our planet in every way.
Whistler Naturalists Society aims to increase local knowledge of and appreciation for the natural world in the Whistler area.