About SOSCP

The South Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Program was founded in 2000 by various groups concerned with the special environment and habitat of the South Okanagan-Similkameen area. The SOSCP is a Partnership of non-governmental, government, and First Nations organizations working together to conserve biodiversity. SOSCP is a co-ordinator and facilitator of the Partners to help improve the effectiveness of their conservation efforts.

2011 Annual Report – Celebrating a Decade of Conservation

The SOSCP vision is to maintain “A healthy environment that sustains the diversity of indigenous plants and animals while enriching peoples lives”. The six broad strategic objectives that guide SOSCP activities are: Stewardship, Outreach, Ecologically Sustainable Land Use, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Science and Habitat Securement.

The SOSCP:

  • Promotes the practices of land & water stewardship through Landowner Contact Programs
  • Applies first nations knowledge and ecological heritage
  • Offers educational programs that link people and communities to nature
  • Purchases, receives or monitors land for habitat
  • Undertakes habitat restoration for enhancement of fish & wildlife populations
  • Undertakes research related to wildlife and fish populations and habitat
  • Acts as an advocate for policy change

Learn more about what SOSCP partners are doing to conserve nature.
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