We work within the community, with the community, to maintain and enhance the health of the environment as the basis of a strong economy and vital society. The Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society is locally based: our office is in Williams Lake, with easy access to the public.
History: Originally formed in 1992, as the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Council, to represent conservation interests of the region at the Commission On Resources and Environment (CORE), the CCCC was very involved in the development of the Cariboo Chilcotin Land Use Plan, released in 1994. Incorporated as Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society in 1996, the CCCS continues to be involved in the public process, participating in monthly meetings of the Regional Resource Board, planning processes of Park Management and Development Plans, and providing the community with presentations, displays and forums on specific issues.
Goals: to promote land use and management decisions which enhance the stability, quality of life and economic viability of the community over the long term. We seek to ensure the preservation and maintenance of healthy, functioning ecosystems.
Information & Communication: We run a free ListServ to connect individuals interested in conservation issues.
Support: We appeal for your support so that we can continue to provide the Cariboo Chilcotin with these worthwhile efforts to "ensure the preservation and maintenance of healthy, functioning ecosystems". Your donation may be designated for a specific project or projects (see above), or simply left to our choice of what is a current priority.
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Original material in this website may be reproduced in any form without permission on condition that it is accredited to the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society, with a link back to this site or, in the case of printed material, a clear indication of the site URL. We would appreciate being notified of such use. Although care has been taken in preparing the information contained in this web site, the CCCS does not and cannot guarantee the accuracy thereof. Anyone using the information does so at their own risk and shall be deemed to indemnify CCCS from any and all injury or damage arising from such use.
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