Provincial Recovery Strategies
Recovery strategies for two Garry oak species, an endangered butterfly and an endangered moss, are now available for viewing at the new BC Ministry of Environment Recovery Planning website. New strategies prepared as advice to the province of BC, such as the two below, are posted to the BC MOE website once they have been finalized, and are available to the public for review and to the federal government for adoption and posting on the federal SARA public registry.
Go to the BC MOE Recovery Planning website and scroll down to ‘Provincial Recovery Strategies’ to find:
“Recovery Strategy for Greenish Blue, insulanus subspecies (Plebejus saepiolus insulanus) in British Columbia.” The document was prepared by GOERT’s Invertebrates at Risk RIG.
“Recovery Strategy for rigid apple moss (Bartramia stricta Bridel) in British Columbia.” The recovery strategy was prepared by the British Columbia Bryophyte Recovery Team and the Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team.