Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of Canada (WPEF-C)

The WPEF-C is devoted to the conservation and stewardship of whitebark and limber pine ecosystems through partnerships, science-based active management, restoration, research, and education.



Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of Canada
606 Nelson Street
Kimberley, BC  V1A 2M6

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Call us at 778-739-9733 | Email info[at]whitebarkpine[dot]ca

Conference Travel Update

Are you coming to the Science & Management conference? Here are some travel considerations: In terms of...

2023 AGM & Board Recruitment — Big Shoes to Fill!

Hello Canadian Members, Summer is winding down, making us look forward to coming inside for our autumn...

Can you organize anything?

WPEFC is hiring a full-time Program Manager. The position is responsible for overseeing a multitude of...

2023 Training Schedule & Registration

WPEFC has delivered specialized training for consultants, field staff and others involved in 5-needle pine restoration...

Pines & People: Human Impacts on 5-Needle Pine

The moment you've all been waiting for! WPEFC is pleased to advise that Early Bird registration...

Working With Industry in Whitebark Recovery

The importance of ski hills in the conservation of whitebark pine conservation as seen in Conde...

Forest Genetics Conference

The Western Forest Genetics Association (WFGA) and the Canadian Forest Genetics Association/ l’Association canadienne de génétique...

Saving Limber Pine…One Cone at a Time

Our partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, has been incredible beneficial for limber pine at...

How Cattle Producers Can Help

In an effort to support the recovery of limber pine, local cattleman land stewards can take...

Save the Date!

The annual science and management conference is coming to Canada! This fall, all things whitebark and...

A Gift from the US Fish & Wildlife Service

Just in time for the holidays, whitebark pine has been listed as threatened under the U.S....

Locals to the Rescue

In an effort to support the recovery of whitebark pine, local climbers and planters in the...