was created by the Royal British Columbia Museum
as a regional outreach program involving intensive cooperation with other
museums, First Nations, educators, naturalists, and other agencies. Our goal is
to encourage and facilitate the exploration and appreciation of the human and
natural history of British Columbia from regional perspectives.
We approach this goal through focus on particular
regions of B.C. and integrating stories and research locally generated with
both research knowledge and descriptive information from the collections and
curatorial staff at the Royal British Columbia Museum.
Living Landscapes' initial focus for in-field programming
has been the northern, central and southern interior of British Columbia. With
the successful completion of the Northwest region in March 2006, we have
achieved our goal of facilitating the exploration and appreciation of the human
and natural history of the northern, central and southern interior of the
province. Our in-field programming has been discontinued.
If you have a research or educational project that provides new
regional views into the human and natural history of BC, we would be pleased to
hear from you. Please contact us at:
Royal British Columbia