November 16th-18th, 2022

Prince George, British Columbia

Coast Prince George Hotel

We are honored to host representatives from First Nation Bands or Governments, Provincial Ministries,  Academia & Research, Guide & Outfitters, Funding Partners and Conservation Organizations.
The goal of the BC Wild Sheep Summit: To develop achievable priority actions that would benefit Sheep population and their habitat.


Space is limited so be sure to register early.  We have invited a diverse group of attendees to attend.  If you did not receive an invite, feel free to register however, due to limited space we can not honour all registrations.  If you did not receive an invite, you may register however, it may be a few weeks before we can confirm your attendance.

It is free to attend the event.  We will provide the venue and food throughout the weekend.  Guests are responsible for their own travel and hotel accommodations.  Hotel reservation details are below.

BC Sheep Summit Registration

I am interested in providing a presentation at the Summit
I would like to make a donation

We will be hosting the BC Sheep Summit at the Coast Prince George Hotel located at 770 Brunswick Street, Prince George, BC.  Guest can make a reservation directly through the Hotel, through the toll-free reservations telephone line 1.800.663.1144, or, if pre-arranged, through the hotel website ( The group code CIN-GFC16081 or meeting name must be quoted. The Hotel is not obligated to reserve rooms at the negotiated rate unless callers specify that they are requesting reservations in connection with the Group. To qualify for the negotiated rate, all reservations must be received by the Hotel by the Guest Room Block Release/Cut-off Date of October 16, 2022.

BC Sheep Summit Objective

The objective is to re-establish Wild Sheep populations to historic abundance across British Columbia.


BC Sheep Summit Goals

  1. Bring all interested stake and titleholders together creating a collaborative approach to tackle present wild sheep challenges.  These entities include First Nations, government, guide outfitters, industry, academia, the scientific community, funding partners and conservation organizations.
  2. Establish a baseline of overall wild sheep population numbers including trends for each region across the province.
  3. Rely on scientific and traditional knowledge to accurately identify specific limiting factors to wild sheep which may include herd-health, predation, habitat, disease or other issues.
  4. Provide region-specific working groups to identify the leading challenges to wild sheep and more importantly provide action plans that address these concerns.
  5. While threats to wild sheep will be identified and action plans generated, a long-term goal is to create a conduit for enhanced communication between all stake and titleholders to ensure these action plans are implemented.  We envision providing these action plans to the newly established Together For Wildlife Regional Roundtables and pressing for accountability that they are carried out in line with the SMART goals principal.
  6. Select media representatives have been invited with the goal of promoting the conservation efforts our community is making to ensure the sustainability of wild sheep in British Columbia.
Please RSVP to if interested or share within your organization to those that would support. We will have an attendance limit so please keep that in mind.
Agenda items include Inventory, Disease & Health, Harvest, Access, and Habitat. If you have a presentation you would like to share please let us know.