Conserving habitat for the benefit of birds, other wildlife and people…

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Project dedication for longtime staff member

The Duck Meadow Project, east of Kamloops, was dedicated to Ken Johnson, a long-time Ducks Unlimited Canada staff member who helped manage the project for many years in partnership with the Nature Trust of BC.

Partnerships are key to the CIJV’s success. From government departments, non-governmental organizations and Industry, to landowners and land managers, there are many ways to get involved with the partnership.

See our Partners page for a full list of the CIJV team.

Ted Haywood-Farmer, Savona, BC“Our family ranch has had many conservation partnerships with government, our industry association and the environmental non-governmental organization community where we have worked on several projects including water storage, fencing and range enhancements for Species at Risk. These partnerships have helped our ranch better mange our land and water resources, which has helped our business. We also love to see an abundance of wildlife, including waterfowl, on our land and think of this as a key indicator of our success.”

Ted Haywood-Farmer, Savona, BC

Find out how you can play a role today!

Contact our partner representative, Bruce Harrison, Ducks Unlimited Canada’s BC provincial biologist,, (250) 374-8307 to find out more about the opportunities and which of our partner organizations is the best fit for your property and interests.


East Kootenay Conservation Program

The Nature Trust of BC

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Grasslands Conservation Council of BC

BC Ministry of Environment

Environment Canada (Canadian Wildlife Service)

BC Hydro

BC Cattlemen’s Association

BC Field Ornithologists

The Nature Conservancy of BC

Bird Studies Canada

BC Nature


Andrew Huang
CIJV Coordinator