On Monday, February 27th, SOS NPN coordinator Doreen Olson will speak on “Protecting Our Grasslands With a National Park Reserve”: “Grasslands around the world are in peril, year after year […]
The South Okanagan-Similkameen National Park Network (SOS-NPN) welcomes the news on January 27th that the government of British Columbia has committed to reengage with Parks Canada and the Okanagan Nation Alliance […]
Vancouver – The B.C. Ministry of Environment recently released a report confirming strong support for additional protection in the South Okanagan-Similkameen, including the creation of a new national park reserve. […]
For Immediate release: SOSNPN welcomes Province’s paper on protection of the endangered South Okanagan-Similkameen National Park a key component of Provincial protection plan Kaleden – Today the Ministry of Environment […]
New public opinion poll reveals strong and growing support across the region Osoyoos, B.C.– An independent poll showing wide-spread and growing local support for the proposed South Okanagan-Similkameen national park […]
Click here to view a video by Osoyoos Mayor, Stuart Wells, explaining the importance of a national park in the South Okanagan Similkameen, for our community and economy.
The Oliver Daily News is conducting a poll about the national park. Show that you support the park’s establishment by voting here!
A resolution put forward by the Town of Osoyoos, at the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) 2014 convention with regard to the South Okanagan National Park Reserve was approved today. […]
“Keeping Nature in Our Future“, a new report compiled by Okanagan Collaborative Conservation Program, provides a good outline for conservation and biodiversity planning in the Okanagan region. It places a high value on the connection […]
The BC government recently released a five-year plan for protecting Species at Risk (SAR) in British Columbia, acknowledging the need to better protect BC, Canada’s most biodiverse province. According to […]