There are several ways to get involved with the Friends of Kalamalka Provincial Park. You can donate (a one time fee, or monthly), become a member, or join the board! Learn more about where donations and membership fees go.
Where Membership Fees and Donations Go
We work with BC Parks and the Park Maintenance Contractor to minimize destruction of park lands and habitat, to maintain trails, control noxious weeds and to protect the water quality of Kalamalka Lake.
We educate those interested about the ecological, historical and cultural significance of the park lands, as well as the flora and fauna.
We undertake critical projects like reducing fire hazards in the park, trail development and improvement, work parties to eliminate invasive species like Scotch Thistle and Garlic Mustard.
We help to fund scientific research projects within the park with the goal of preserving its natural habitat. We raise funds and seek grants to support this work
We produce the Park Trail Map/Brochure annually (in 2021 over 5000) and make them available at the Park entrances.
We actively recruit new members who are dedicated to the intentional care, enjoyment and future of this uniquely natural and native British Columbia gem.