The Flathead Valley, in southeastern British Columbia, is one of the most biologically important places on earth. Despite its relatively untouched state and the mining and oil and gas development ban announced by the B.C. government in February 2010, this area – and the species found here – are still urgently in need of permanent protection.
A coalition of conservation groups, including CPAWS, working to protect the Flathead
The economic benefits of expanding Waterton into the Flathead region (2005)
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