Wildlife Stewardship Council (WSC)is a registered not-for-profit society under the BC Societies Act. Our mission is to be a voice and advocate for wildlife and the ecosystems that sustain all life. As such, WSC advocates for the engagement of all First Nations and stakeholders in Wildlife Management to be part of a ‘roundtable’ approach to Wildlife Management in British Columbia.
As First Nations and regional stakeholders come together such as they have in Management Regions 1 and 6, and the organization grows, we recognize that each First Nation and region across the Province has different local wildlife concerns and different local solutions. The role of the WSC is shifting with this growth. The focus of the organization has shifted from that of regionally specific concerns to broader provincial wildlife themes and continuing to demand that First Nations and First Nations perspectives be part of all wildlife management decisions.
WSC acts as a conduit to the provincial regulation table and supports regions to bring people together to focus on wildlife issues. See About Us for more details about what we do and the principles that guide our actions.
To be a voice and advocate for wildlife and the ecosystems that sustain all life