The BC AdventureSmart Teams and volunteer presenters reached 17,161 people face-to-face between November 7, 2019 – March 3, 2020. 18,099 kms travelled. 8/12 BC SAR regions travelled to. 26/80 SAR groups connected with. 363 volunteer presenters/ambassadors currently in BC. 68 new AdventureSmart presenters/ambassadors trained. 4,484 outdoor enthusiasts reached by volunteer presenters. 12,677 individuals reached solely …
The once all volunteer organization now has three full-time staff to help the BC Search and Rescue Association (BCSARA)
BC AdventureSmart is looking for a single Outreach Educator/Team member for the Winter 2019-2020 season
BCSARA is hiring a Manager of Finance and Administration
Dwight Yochim, former SAR volunteer with 25 years experience in SAR, has been selected as the new BCSARA Senior Manager.
Summer 2019 was full of adventure and travel, exploration and excitement, in addition to search and rescue group collaboration, outdoor recreation industry partnerships and teamwork. All in the name of public safety and SAR prevention.
The ‘Labour Day Long Weekend’ is all about celebrating with one last summer adventure, your investment in ‘trip safety’ can mean the difference between a successful outcome and becoming a statistic.
What can ‘you do’?
BC Day Long Weekend Public Safety Announcement
Long weekends are the busiest for the 2500 BC Search & Rescue Volunteers who respond to over 1700 incidents every year.
BCSARA is pleased to announce that the Project Management contract for the Search and Rescue Prevention Indigenous Engagement project has been awarded to 2 Badgers Consulting Inc of Westbank, British Columbia
The “Canada Day Long Weekend” is all about celebrating our country with family and friends by hiking, biking, paddling, camping & boating, incidentally, mishaps occur that can be prevented