- July 7 2014 - We’re developing an education program to teach middle school students about ecosystem restoration and respectful recreational land use. The program, funded by Columbia Basin Trust and Grassland, Rangeland Enhancement Program, will be ready to deliver to students in 13 schools from Jaffray to Edgewater by… Read more »
- July 2 2014 - Assessed as endangered, these little brown myotis have found a home in a bat-house. Got Bats? By Juliet Craig, RP Bio, Silverwing Ecological Consulting Are you struggling with bats in your summer cabin? Or want to have more bats to help eat mosquitoes? Whether… Read more »
The Rocky Mountain Trench Ecosystem Restoration Program (ER Program) is a long-term undertaking by a coalition of stakeholders working together to restore fire-maintained grassland and open forest ecosystems in the East Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia. Restoring grasslands and open forests enhances biodiversity, restores habitat for species at risk, improves grazing for cattle and wildlife, improves forest health and reduces the risk of severe wildfire.