Kootenay Connect: Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor2024-07-15T16:29:55-06:00

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Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor

A small yet ecologically essential wildlife corridor connecting the Valhalla Range with the Central Selkirk Mountains.


The Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor is a 15-km-long valley that runs within the Bonanza Creek watershed. With a total area of 12,865 hectares, this corridor connects Summit and Slocan Lakes within the upper Slocan Lake watershed, and provides wildlife linkage between Valhalla and Goat Range provincial parks.

Kootenay Connect Partners

The lead organization in the Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor is the Slocan Lake Stewardship Society. Other project partners in this area include:  Slocan River Streamkeepers, Slocan Wetlands Assessment & Monitoring Project (SWAMP), Summit Lake Western Toad Project, Okanagan Nation Alliance, and Sinixt Confederacy.

Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor Projects

Bonanza Biodiversity Corridor is just one of the seven focal areas. Learn more about the other areas.

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