“B.C. Parks is on the front line of some of our most complex challenges, including maintaining biodiversity in the face of climate change and implementing meaningful co-management partnerships with First Nations” – Joan Sawicki (former land use consultant and Minister of Environment, Lands and Parks and a current volunteer with B.C. Parks) Read more
Here are a few photos from our event “Mountain Stories Along the Trail” at Mt. Seymour Provincial Park in celebration of the City of North Vancouver’s 125th birthday and Canada’s Parks Day on July 16th, 2016. The Elders Council for Parks would like to thank Cheyenne Hood and the Tsleilwaututh Read more
Help us celebrate the District of North Vancouver’s 125th Anniversary and Canada’s Parks Day with a special outdoor storytelling experience on Saturday, July 16th at Mount Seymour Provincial Park. Click on the poster below to zoom in for more details. This event is brought to you by the Elders Council for Read more
Click here to view the 2016 calendar of events for the Outreach Program. All events are free!
2016 programs will start again soon! We are offering an inspiring line up of nature programs this year and will travel to some locations further off the North Shore, so watch for the 2016 Calendar at www.elderscouncilforparks.org for further details and registration information. We are pleased to introduce Natalia Pisarek, a Read more
2015 Programs have started again! For full details please see the below link. 2015 Elders Programs
The Elders Council for Parks has completed yet another successful year of Outreach Programs. Have a look at the review of the 2014 Outreach Programs. Click on the Image for the full review.
Elders Collaborative Parks for life Times Colonists Story The Elders Council for Parks in BC have launched community intervention to help improve the BC Parks system. The hope is that The Parks Collaborative – Victoria program can bring the community together for financial and technical support to supplement the provincial Read more
We are pleased to report that as of January 3th 2013 the Elders Council for Parks in British Columbia became a Canadian registered charity! Donations are welcome to further our objective.
The Elders Council for Parks has partnered up with Global Parks for international volunteering opportunities. Check out the Volunteer section of our website for more details on opportunities!