Stewardship & Community

Ecoscape believes in the importance of community and stewardship. Staff at Ecoscape regularly give presentations to municipalities, land managers, and even school groups on topics relating to Environmental Land Use Planning, ecology, and the importance of habitat conservation. Ecoscape has also been involved in initiatives by local and provincial governments to educate and implement habitat restoration awareness. In these initiatives, Ecoscape participates with school children in ways where children can become active participants in habitat restoration efforts and awareness in their community.

We at Ecoscape believe that sustainable use of our landscape is of paramount importance. We also believe that the responsibility of becoming stewards of the land falls on everyone. Ecoscape has experience in working with landowners to promote economical and sustainable land management practices. Ecoscape is also actively involved in community initiatives that educate the public with respect to our environment. Stewardship initiatives include landowner partnerships, education programs for the public, and hands on workshops. Ecoscape also participates in the Adopt a Stream Program and has taken over cleanup for a section of Mill (Kelowna) Creek in an industrial area.