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Take Back the Wild: Conservation Leadership Training

February 11, 2014

Are you concerned about the environment?
Are you interested in preserving B.C.’s oceans and wilderness?
Do you have what it takes to be a leader?
Do you live in B.C.? 

If you answered YES to these questions, then you can’t miss Take Back the Wild! 

If you are under the age of 30, join us on  March 7th to 9th for Take Back the Wild: Conservation Leadership Training and gain the tools you need to shape your future and your province. Take Back the Wild off­ers professional skills training such as community engagement, government relations, and media relations.

You will also have the opportunity to deepen your understanding about endangered ecosystems, and ocean and wilderness protection while furthering your passion for conservation in B.C.  After the training you will apply your skills on a mentored conservation project and build your network of conservation peers.

The program is all expenses paid: accommodation, food, and the water taxi to Gambier Island will be provided for the weekend training. Travel subsidies are also available. 

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until February 14th

For more information and to access the application form, visit our website. You can also find us on Facebook.

Questions? E-mail us or call Elyse at 604.685.7445 ext 25. 

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. 

Be Wild. Take Charge.

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