WILDSIGHT YOUTH CLIMATE CORPS - KIMBERLEY-CRANBROOK
Exploring Resilience and Sustainability
Welcome to the Kimberley-Cranbrook chapter of Wildsight Youth Climate Corps. Nestled in the captivating landscapes of the Kootenay region, YCCBC crew is dedicated to championing environmental action and community resilience. Through a range of impactful projects, Wildsight Youth Climate Corps strives to build a sustainable future for our region while fostering the growth of tomorrow's leaders.
We gratefully acknowledge that our work takes place on the traditional territories of the Ktunaxa and Secwepemc peoples. We recognize their enduring connection to these lands and waters and express our gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to their care and stewardship.
Meet the Kimberley-Crabrook Team
Led by the passionate YCC Alumni now Crew Leader Kim and under the guidance of Tim Chapman, the Kimberley-Cranbrook Youth Climate Corps crew represents a diverse group of young individuals determined to create meaningful change. Our team brings together enthusiasm, dedication, and a shared commitment to addressing the climate crisis head-on.
Powering Progress Together: Wildsight Youth Climate Corps
In Kimberley-Cranbrook, we envision a future where environmental harmony and community well-being go hand in hand. Through collaborative efforts, education, and hands-on projects, we aim to inspire a culture of sustainability that will resonate throughout generations to come.
Are you excited to be a part of Wildsight YCC Kimberley-Cranbrook? Do you have ideas, questions, or insights to share? Wildsight Youth Climate Corps would love to connect with you. Visit Wildsight Website, or follow Wildsight YCC on Instagram.
YCC's dedication is reflected in the wide array of projects we undertake. From wildfire risk reduction and habitat enhancement to stream and wetland restoration, our work spans vital aspects of environmental stewardship. YCC Kimberley-Cranbrook Crew also takes pride in fostering local food security and community engagement through initiatives like Fix it Fair. By engaging in data collection, ecological restoration, and public outreach, we aim to make a significant positive impact on our environment and community. We're excited about the journey ahead and the opportunities to effect change in Kimberley-Cranbrook.
Within Youth Climate Corps, crew members are between 17-29 years old; they earn wages, gain work experience, build networks, and develop themselves personally and professionally. Meanwhile, they complete projects that both benefit their own communities and support global efforts to act on the climate crisis.
If you or your organization wants to learn more about how to team up with us and move forward on projects in your community, or if you are interested in funding one of our projects related to our different focus areas, we are here to support you.