Items of Interest
Where we put files, links and posters of interest to our members.
Join the Prince George Naturalists Club and Wilderness Committee for a screening of the uplifting and motivating wildlife film, “Toad People,” at the Weldwood Theatre (7-238) on UNBC campus. There will also be a special screening of “Their Land: Last of the Caribou Herd,” a 10 minute film.
This event takes place on unceded, ancestral & traditional Lheidli T’enneh territory.
“Toad People” is a 75 minute inspiring new documentary produced by the Wilderness Committee about people in communities across British Columbia who are taking action to save the wildlife in their backyards.
This film is about more than just toads. British Columbians know that we have remarkable wildlife – including killer whales, grizzly bears, barn owls and badgers – but many don’t realize that BC has no stand alone endangered species legislation.
Thanks to your support, this film + action night is going to change that.
Suggested admission donation is $10 but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. All donations go to the Wilderness Committee’s campaign for a BC endangered species law, including the take-action package provided to every audience member.
Douglas Fir Beetle: A Threat to Local Forests and Homeowner Trees
Douglas-Fir Beetle Brochure – 847 KB