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September 23, 2019

Users of the Nature Park should be especially careful this fall when hiking or biking along Romantic Ridge, Pat Morrow Trail and Lower Army Road (see map below).

We have just learned that a contract has been awarded by the City to Fall Line Forestry for anothe...

November 19, 2018

For the last decade the Kimberley Nature Park Society has been working with the City of Kimberley and its consultants and contractors to reduce the risk of a catastrophic wildfire in the park. After putting up stiff resistance to proposals for clear-cut logging some ye...

April 27, 2018

Anyone who has hiked in to Eimer’s Lake or along Eimer’s Ridge in the last month or two will have noticed the chainsaws running and the crews making piles of diced conifers and other debris.  The trails are pretty messy in spots with lots of twigs and branches lying ab...

February 25, 2017

The conifer forests that make up most of the nature park have a long and interesting relationship with fire. Variations in climate, weather and the age and density of trees have produced a number of historic fires. 
These range from gentle ground fires that rejuvenated...

August 18, 2016

Funding was received this year from the UBCM Wildfire Protection program for hand treatment above the Army Road from Boulder Trail out to Higgins Hill. Contractors worked through the summer and fall of 2016 slashing small conifers and building burn piles. You can view...

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