Don Gayton speaks about Sickle Point
Don Gayton is interviewed in a new mini-documentary video about the amazing grasslands of the Interior Valleys in British Columbia.
Penticton Arts Council – Ecologist and writer Don Gayton as he takes us to Trout Creek near Penticton, BC, where he reads to us from Touching Rock.
A new video produced by the South Okanagan Similkameen National Park Network, local community leaders and scientists share how they think the proposed South Okanagan-Similkameen National Park Reserve might affect the economy and local job situation. For more info also see http://yesnationalpark.com/.
Okanagan Ecologist Don Gayton explains the role of fire in the life cycle of a forest.
Ecologist Don Gayton, wetlands coordinator for the Okanagan Basin Water Board, describes the Okanagan Wetlands from a historical perspective. His specialties include: grassland vegetation monitoring, fire ecology, ecosystem restoration & science extension.
Part of the 4th National Stewardship Conference “Strengthening Stewardship – Investing at Every Step” hosted in Calgary in 2009.