The Chilcotin Ark Institute
The Chilcotin Ark Institute is committed to creating a working landscape concept and management that sustains viable populations of species in the Chilcotin Ark. To do so we facilitate and conduct research, conservation projects and Evergreen Stewardship Plans in the Ark. We promote responsible resource and land management by all land and resource users like First Nations, farmers, ranchers, guide outfitters, forestry and mining guided by the Evergreen Stewardship Plans. The tool we use for measuring the success of our conservation efforts is to achieve maximum wildlife population numbers for the habitat‘s potential carrying capacity, this being the indicator for sustainable land management.
Learn about the research and project opportunities in the Chilcotin Ark:
It is our responsibility as wilderness stewards to act as stewards of the Chilcotin Ark and we’ve been committed to this for thirty years with on the ground research and projects. We have provided support for independent research projects in the Chilcotin Ark for the last 30 years, for those who are part of a university, conservation organization or independent group or individual. Found out more about the research and projects we currently work on and future research.
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