Visions Newsletters

The Visions newsletter was produced six times per year by BC Parks to maintain commitment to quality service and stewardship and to encourage innovation by everyone directly involved or interested in BC Parks. The newsletter is no longer in production.
All newsletters are in PDF format.To view PDF files, download Adobe Reader.

Newsletters from January 1998 to December 1999:

Volume 9, No. 1 - February 1998 (1.2 MB PDF)

  • Maintenance at Kluskoil Lake Poses Challenge
  • B.C.'s Park Legacy Project - Update
  • 1998 Wooden Broom Bonspiel Registration
  • Forest Service Backpackers
  • Reservation News - Statistics and Goals
  • Shooting the Berg Lake Trail
  • Letters
  • Federal Provincial Parks Management Course
  • Setting Priorities - Five Districts Tackle a New Approach Using Levels of Management
  • Uniform News
  • Protecting Mara Meadows
  • Jack Meet Jack
  • A Rare Find

Volume 9, No. 2 - April 1998 (1.6 MB PDF)

  • Alaska Highway Entertainment
  • On the Net
  • Lise Nicola Remembered
  • The Quest Continues
  • Discover Camping - Campground Reservation Service
  • Macoun's Meadowfoam and the Lawn Burweed
  • Conservation Principles
  • Below the Water Mark - Oysters
  • A Highlander's Delight
  • Mara Canyon Restoration Society
  • Bob Harris - In Memory

Volume 9, No. 3 - June 1998 (261 KB PDF)

  • The Deer Fence
  • National Aboriginal Day
  • Getting Ready for the Sockeye
  • BC Parks Uniform gets High Marks
  • Name the Protected Area
  • A Thank You Note
  • Partnering the Pacific Marine Heritage Legacy
  • Royals Praise the PMHL
  • Safety in the Woods with Jerry the Moose
  • Student Intern
  • People at Parks
  • Fishers in Transition
  • Stress Busters
  • Ruckle's Historic Preservation
  • Robert (Bob) Charles Harris
  • BC Parks Conservation Program Policies
  • Parks Profile
  • "Visioning" New Management Plans
  • Grand Canyon Exchange

Volume 9, No. 4 - August 1998 (183 KB PDF)

  • BC's Park Legacy - Essay Contest for Youth
  • Park Legacy Panel Releases Interim Report
  • Letters
  • Life is a Beach
  • Outdoor Recreation is Important to British Columbians
  • Park Forum Announcement
  • BC's Park Legacy Project - Youth Involvement
  • Name the Protected Area
  • People at Parks
  • Okanagan Partnership
  • "Waste Deep"
  • Bowron Operations Permit

Volume 9, No. 5 - October 1998 (175 KB PDF)

  • BC Summer Games at Golden Ears
  • Wells Gray InfoCentre Welcomes Millionth Visitor
  • Letters
  • Conference Notice
  • How the Other Half Live
  • Name the Protected Area
  • Protected Areas: Preserving our Future
  • Kakwa Clean Up
  • Nusa Tenggara to Wells Gray
  • Driftwood in the Big Picture
  • People at Parks
  • Return of the Peregrine Falcon
  • Elementary, My Dear
  • A Victor-ious Hike to the Summit

Volume 9, No. 6 - December 1998 (285 KB PDF)

  • Spirea Universal Access Trail Opens
  • Mike Murtha Recognized
  • Letters
  • Facilities in Provincial Parks - What is Needed?
  • Name the Protected Area
  • George Evanoff 1932 - 1998
  • Reservations about the Reservation Service
  • Wild Africa - In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro
  • A Thank You All Around!
  • Another Side to the Story
  • What's Happening in BC Parks?
  • Rob Larocque Remembered
  • Wells Gray's Wilderness Gateway Relay
  • Stewardship Research
  • The Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology
  • Caption Contest!
  • Sliding into BC Parks
  • Little Andrews Bay - Celebration 1998
  • You Work Where?

Volume 10, No. 1 - February 1999 (251 KB PDF)

  • Skwaha Grazing Tenure Terminated
  • Letter
  • A Sign of the Times
  • Name the Protected Area
  • Kootenay District - 1998 Highlights
  • Composting Toilets - A Room with a View
  • Tweedsmuir Beetle Attack
  • Below the Water Mark
  • Unsung Heros
  • Caption Contest Winners

Volume 10, No. 2 - April 1999 (531 KB PDF)

  • Prescribed Fire in Provincial Parks
  • New Park - New Partnerships
  • Scarcity or Abundance?
  • Parks Profile
  • Staff Recognition and Award Program
  • A Walk Through Time
  • Congratulations Due
  • Kootenay Lake, Evening
  • Below the Highwater Mark
  • Name the Protected Area
  • Backcountry Recreation Impact Monitoring (BRIM)
  • French Student Volunteer
  • Camping Fees Raised in Provincial Parks
  • New Parks for 1999

Volume 10, No. 3 - June 1999 (833 KB PDF)

  • Tranquille Prescribed Burn
  • BC Parks Website - Better than Ever
  • Raymond D. Huckin: 1929 - 1998
  • 1999 Wooden Broom Bonspiel
  • Gone Batty in the Okanagan
  • Perspectives on Time
  • Moose Makes it to Canadian Junior Nationals
  • Trail Host Program a Success
  • Long Service Awards
  • Reclamation, Restoration, Renovation
  • A Most Unforgettable Character
  • Moose and Mileposts
  • Provincial Parks
  • David Douglas
  • Churn Creek Wilderness Watch - Conservation Stewardship Program
  • Ray Huckin

Volume 10, No. 4 - August 1999 (297 KB PDF)

  • Wetlands Celebration! Environmental Education at Sargeant Bay Provincial Park
  • BC Parks Welcome New Minister
  • A Little Bit of the Districts Comes to Victoria
  • A First Class Volunteer
  • Ebony and Ivory: A Black and White Nature Walk
  • Name the Protected Area
  • BC Parks Ambassadors
  • Skeena District Conservation Bulletin
  • BC Parks Impact Assessment Process
  • Interpretation Memorandum
  • Eight Days on the Road

Volume 10, No. 5 - October 1999 (353 KB PDF)

  • Welcome to Our New Minister
  • ...And Deputy Minister
  • Letters
  • Conservation and Cooperation
  • Bushfire '99
  • Kootenay Kowboy Gets His Man (Sort of)
  • The Magic of Murtle
  • Name the Protected Area
  • Don and Mike Save a Bear
  • The Birth of a Decorator Crab
  • Duck Before You Sit
  • Changes to the Wildlife Act

Volume 10, No. 6 - December 1999 (420 KB PDF)

  • Minister Opens Outdoor Learning Centre
  • Letters
  • Babine's Backcountry Cabin
  • Brooks Family Honours Pioneers
  • BC Parks - The First Fifty Years
  • Park Host Tour
  • Towards a New Ethic for the Marine Environment
  • Jerry the Moose Attaining New Heights
  • No Fires Permitted
  • Cultus Lake Lantern Festival
  • 2000 Wooden Broom Bonspiel
  • E-Team Work Crews Protect Tunkwa Park
  • BC Marine Parks Guide

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