To protect world-class wilderness, wildlife, and biodiversity in British Columbia and to ensure conservation of nature now and for generations yet to come.
About BC SPACES FOR NATURE
For almost 50 years BC Spaces for Nature has campaigned to protect parks and wilderness throughout British Columbia. We are a highly successful conservation organization that has played a key leadership role in the protection of over 9.5 million acres of wilderness in BC including: the 2.3 million-acre Tatshenshini-Alsek Wilderness Park, 3.8 million acres in the Chilcotin Ark, Spatsizi Wilderness Park, Central Purcell Wilderness Conservancy, Height of the Rockies Wilderness, and the Nitinat Triangle in Pacific Rim National Park.
We have also played a lead role in educating young people about BC’s remarkable wilderness history and nature legacy. Through our Wilderness Education Program (WildED)- unfortunately no longer operating-, and Our Great Wild Spaces website, we encourage the active exploration of BC's Parks and Protected Areas in order to experience their natural splendour, recreation opportunities, and conservation history.