Newsletter Spring 2017news2017spring

In this Issue:
· Highlights from the winter · FOB Hikes · Volunteer projects and activities coming up · Barkerville report ·

Racetrack hike and story by Richard Wright and much more.

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Our vision is to help breathe new life into Western Canada’s premier heritage attraction. Working with Barkerville Heritage Trust, private enterprises and the public, our aim is to tackle a series of projects that will create excitement while dramatizing an historic lifestyle from the 1870’s to 1940’s era. Most unique alpine trail network in western Canada following the historic mining routes. We invite you to be a part of that vision, and to help Barkerville during its next 50 years of historic development. And rest assured, history itself and those who have walked this way before will thank you for preserving this part of history for generations to come.

If you are interested in getting involved in some of our projects, please contact us from here.

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May 2012

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December 2010

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December 2005

December 2015

September 2010

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December 2005

December 2014

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October 2007

June 2005

April 2014

Winter/spring 2010

Spring 2007 (new format)

December 2004

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