The Geopark and Caribou

Statement Regarding the Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark Society, the Northern Mountain Caribou Recovery Situation, and our Relationships with Stakeholders The Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark Society is truly a ground-up organization with deep roots in the community of Tumbler Ridge. We feel it is important to balance our mandates to support tourism and economic development, responsible…

Stonehammer featured in Reservoir Magazine

The CSPG featured our friend’s at Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark in their most recent edition of Reservoir. This is fantastic exposure for Canadian Geoparks from the premier organization of Canadian Energy Geoscientists. The article does a great job of recognizing the wide purview and reach of Geoparks stating, “They developed as much more than places…

Anna Willow Anthropology Today

Anna Willow Features our Region in Anthropology Today

We’re happy to share this article from Antropology Today on the Northeast BC Region. Professor of Anthropology Anna Willow has done a great job covering a huge time frame from the Dane-zaa, Cree and Saulteau people, through the first western explorers, the modern resource extraction in the area and finally the Site C dam. Many…

Archaeologists Find Giant Clams and Trace Fossils in Tumbler Ridge Area

Sarah Gamble and Kaitlin Minichiello, archaeologists with Amec Foster Wheeler in Tumbler Ridge, have been conducting the archaeological impact assessment for Boralex’s proposed Redwillow Wind Energy project 50 kilometres southeast of Tumbler Ridge. They look for evidence of past human use of the area, such as prehistoric First Nations sites or historic trapper cabins, not…