December 18 News Alert: Historic protection for BC’s Sacred Headwaters Announced
“Cultivate a sustainable future from a sustainable environment rooted in culture and a wild salmon ecosystem.”
The Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition was founded in 2004 by a diverse group of people living and working in the Skeena river watershed. Our board of directors and membership reflects…
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Fortune’s open-pit coal mine they call Arctos Anthracite, proposed for Mt. Klappan, rises above the iconic valleys of the legendary Spatsizi Wilderness Plateau in the heart of the Sacred Headwaters. Generations old Tahltan hunting camps dot the caribou rich flanks and the headwaters of the Nass, Skeena and Stikine are visible from the summit.
At the Women of the North Business Conference & Awards Gala in Prince George, sponsored by Enbridge and Rio Tinto Alcan and emceed by Minister Pat Bell and Minister Shirley Bond, the recipient of the Community Enrichment Award received the only standing ovation of the 3-day business conference after she gave her acceptance speech. A few tables didn't stand, they were the ones with Enbridge on the name card.