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Delegates can expect to hear from industry, government and community leaders such as Mayor Donna Barnett of 100 Mile House, Lindsay Babineau, â€˜Agriculture in the Classroom' program, Lois McNabb , Director of Economic and Trade Branch, BC Ministry of Forests, Sylvia Waterer, co-owner of the Chilcotin Holiday Guest Ranch, and Teresa Ryan of the Tsimshian First Nation.
Council of Tourism Associations of British Columbia- News Release
"This is about helping business, government and other stakeholders move forward with greater efficiency and certainty," said Sylvia Waterer, owner of Chilcotin Holidays in Lillooet and Director of the Wilderness Tourism Association.
BC Wilderness Tourism Association - Board of Directors
Sylvia Waterer - Chilcotin Holidays Guest Ranch, Gold BridgeVice-President:
...Sylvia Waterer - Chair
Chilcotin Holidays Ranch owners Kevan ...
Chilcotin Holidays Ranch owners Kevan Bracewell, a third-generation guide-outfitter and Sylvia Waterer, a resource-management expert and director of the B.C. Wilderness Association, believe that, in the South Chilcotin Mountains in which they operate, the grizzlies are thriving.
"Triplets are not rare," Waterer says of a species that commonly produces one or two cubs.
"Last year we saw a bear with four cubs.
And when you see that, it's an indication that life is good."
While Chilcotin Holidays Ranch is licensed to offer hunting trips, it's best known for four to 10-day pack-horse trips into the desert-like mountains, and grizzly sighting trips like the one we join.
"We're almost glad it's not open to (grizzly) hunting," Waterer
adds of the couple's more than million-dollar operation.
Scratch Online & Scratch Magazine: For Young People in the Columbia Basin
Delegates will hear from speakers including Lois McNabb, Director, Economics and Trade Branch, BC Ministry of Forests and Range; Sylvia Waterer, Co-owner of Chilcotin Holidays Guest Ranch and Vice-President of the Wilderness Tourism Association; and Teresa Ryan, representative of the Tsimshian First Nation and past-President of Oceans Industry BC.