Maintaining the original ideal: that human development can sustain a viable partnership with nature.
For Community Centre inquiries and bookings, call 250-791-5599, 250-791-6736 or 604-341-3851
Photo Chris Harris
CARIBOO REGIONAL DISTRICT
Web site Emergency Operations Al Richmond, CRD Chair. firstname.lastname@example.org
photo JN Web DesignMore about Cariboo wildflowers
Detailed map of 108 Mile Ranch [PDF]
Map and directions to 108 Mile Ranch from Vancouver
Satellite photo of 108 Mile Ranch
Local Transit service: Current schedule, rates and map.
NH Connections low cost out-of-town medical appointments
Northern Development initiative Trust - Investing in community
108 Mile Ranch Recycling Guide.
Gold Trail Recycling - including electronics
108 Mile Historical Site at the north entrance to the 108.
Heating with wood: Information and advice from Wood Heat Organization Inc.
Wildfire advice and information
Wildsafe BC - reduce human-wildlife conflict
Photo Jeffrey Newman
More photos of 108 Mile birds
Organic Lawn Care For the Cheap and Lazy- detailed advice
Landscape Plants Rated by Deer Resistance
Birds - from a 108 Mile Ranch backyard deck
Backyard wild plants - at the 108.
A Walk Thru the Cariboo: Plant pictures and information
South Cariboo Insights, Images and Information
South Cariboo Tourism Accommodation, activities, and attractions
South Cariboo Farmers' Market: 100 Mile House
Mosquito Deterrents & Repellants
West Nile Virus: BC Centre for Disease Control
Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Invasive Plant Committee Detailed information
Map of British Columbia
Tips for maintaining your smoke alarm
• Follow the manufacturer's instructions for maintenance.
• Each week, test all smoke alarms by pressing the test button until the alarm sounds.
• Twice a year (at each Daylight Savings time), change the batteries of battery-operated models.
• Twice a year (at each Daylight Savings time), open the case and gently vacuum the inside using the soft-brush attachment to remove dust from the sensors. If it doesn't open, vacuum through the holes.
• Replace your alarm every 10 years regardless of whether or not it still functions.
From notices and newsletter - Al Richmond.