Realizing a vision for conservation through collaboration

ANNUAL REPORT: 2016-2017

Contents

Bobolinks breed in small populations throughout BC's Southern Interior in moist hayfields in the valley bottoms. Much of the Bobolink's habitat is privately owned, so landowners are encouraged to assist with the continued survival of this bird by delaying haycutting until after the bird's nesting season in mid-July. Photo by Andrea Westmoreland.
  • What is OCCP?
  • OCCP Achievements for 2016-2017
  • Message from the Program Manager
  • Message from the Projects Coordinator & UBC Coop Student
  • Steering Committee & Program Partners
  • Priorities & Goals
  • Goal #1: Promote a collaborative approach to conservation and restoration of natural areas
    • Okanagan Mountain Park to Kalamalka Lake Ecological Corridor
    • Travelling Gallery Exhibits & Community Stewardship Events
    • Enhancing Native Plant Conservation and Accessibility
    • Participation in Partner Working Groups
  • Goal #2: Outreach and Education for Biodiversity Conservation
    • Biodiversity Conservation Strategy Communication
    • Environmental Planning Workshop
    • Outdoor Education in Schools
    • Okanagan Habitat Atlas
  • Goal #3: Ensure decision-makers and cizens have the informaon and tools needed to protect, enhance, and restore ecosystems
    • Foreshore Inventory and Mapping of Okanagan Lake
    • Boating Impact study Kalamalka and Wood Lake
    • Sensive Habitat and Inventory and Mapping—Mission Creek
    • Sensive Ecosystem Inventory—West Kelowna
  • Financial Overview
  • Looking Forward

See the Report [PDF 3.57MB].