Gaining Momentum and Building Partnerships


The TNCI is off to a great start with more than 50 partner agencies, organizations and communities and a 15 person Coordination Team. We are excited to continue building partnerships, and creating planning and educational resources in 2022. We’ll be taking input and feedback on key conservation-related actions and priorities within the region and look forward to strengthening partnerships that will help minimize impacts of climate change, fragmentation, habitat loss and invasive species in the region’s ecosystems.

In January, we were grateful to be invited to attend and speak with Pespesellkwe te Secwepemc Campfire community representatives, comprising of Adams Lake Indian Band, Little Shuswap Lake Band, Splatsin and Neskonlith. By ensuring that Indigenous traditional values and knowledge are honoured and applied to projects and programs, we will all see conservation successes and gains within the region.

Stay tuned in 2022 for educational workshops, webinars, social media and more!

Image: Grasslands Nicola Valley Credit Robyn Reudink