Calm after a storm brings new opportunities, perspective, reflection, and hopefully a deep breath.
This year was filled with hard work, challenges, losses, victories, opportunities, and most importantly, communities coming together. As we near the end of another year we'll be spending time around kitchen tables, winter campfires, in the mountains and on riverbanks to step back and reflect on the direction of SkeenaWild and where we’re headed.
As Petronas fades away, we set our sight on estuary management planning, and the long term protection of Flora Bank. Similarly, we will look to our communities to define the kinds of economic activity that we can all get behind. We've got our work cut out for us, but we're up for the challenge.
We wrapped up the 8th Annual SkeenaWild Film & Photo Festival Northern Tour this month and we are happy to announce this year's outstanding winners!
SkeenaWild celebrated the life and legacy of a father, friend, founder and conservation powerhouse, Bruce Hill!
We also celebrated with the Gitwilgyoots Tribe as they raised a totem pole on Lelu Island to signify the long-term protection of critical salmon habitat in the Skeena Estuary.