On Saturday March 23 2019 the Province of BC announced the largest funding grant to the 80 recognized ground search and rescues groups in BC. BCSARA President Chris Kelly and AdventureSmart Director Sandra Riches responded to Minister Farnworth’s announcement.
The entire Ground Search and Rescue community in British Columbia is delighted with the Province’s announcement of $18.6 million to fund the 80 recognized GSAR groups across BC
The BC AdventureSmart Teams reached 10,249 people face-to-face between November 5, 2018 – February 20, 2019 . 15,710 kms travelled. 10/12 BC SAR regions travelled to. 25/80 SAR groups connected with. 322 volunteer presenters/ambassadors currently in BC. 63 new AdventureSmart presenters/ambassadors trained. NEW AdventureSmart Trip Plan App launched Feb. 8, 2019. Volunteer presenters reached 6,017 people May …
McAllister declared elected by acclamation to the position of BCSARA Treasurer.
AdventureSmart and SARVAC (Canada’s national Volunteer SAR Agency) have released the AdventureSmart Trip Planning App.
In anticipation of government approval of a variant of the ASM, BCSARA wishes to initiate planning on some of the steps that will be required in both governance and structure to meet the needs of the new model
2019 Director Election Announcement
With over 60 scheduled community events planned at BC ski hills, winter festivals and backcountry trail heads, in addition to over 36 presentations confirmed, the BC AdventureSmart crew have a fun-filled winter ahead
AdventureSmart is hiring for the winter 2018/19 season of SAR prevention activities!