Conservation Trip - Specials

Join us on a special conservation trip to contribute to conservation and stewardship in the Chilcotin Ark. 

The Chilcotin Ark is a unique ecosystem with high biodiversity. Since we live in the Chilcotin Ark, we are responsible for its conservation. We are driven by the understanding that we need to conserve the Chilcotin Ark to ensure that the benefits for wildlife, plants and people continue into perpetuity, and contribute to something bigger than ourselves. On a conservation trip you will get first-hand experience on how you can contribute to the conservation of the Chilcotin Ark.

Our conservation work is based on the principles of participatory action research. Participatory action research is a way to educate people and to collect data to create action. The results of studies are used to update management plans, influence government regulations and educate the public about the needs of the ecosystem.

The following are hands-on conservation projects you can join. A conservation trip is a limited opportunity. All of these trips are a unique experience to discover the wilderness and to connect to nature.


August 11th – 17th – California Bighorn Sheep Lamb Count 

Septmeber 1st – 7th – Whitebark Pine Nut Collection 

September 8th-14th – Whitebark Pine Nut Collection  

3 Steps to your unforgettable adventure

Talk with one of our mentor guides

You'll discuss the details & goals of your adventure

enjoy your wilderness adventure with us!

Leave the chaos of city life behind as you reconnect with nature and yourself

We offset guests' flight carbon production by investing in sustainable community forest management

5% of each trip supports conservation efforts in the Chilcotin Ark

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5 Benefits of Nature that You Need now!

1. Reduces stress
2. Improves memory
3. Fights mental fatigue
4. Boosts creativity
5. Builds relationships
5 Benefits of Nature