Royal BC Museum heading north

The Royal BC Museum is travelling to Northeast B.C. this summer with a showcase on species and environments at risk of going extinct in the province.

The travelling exhibition, Species At Risk, will have two interpreters that will share information and engage with locals.

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The Species At Risk tour will hit the Hudson’s Hope Farmer’s Market on July 25, and several spots in Fort St. John, including the North Peace Museum on Aug. 16, the Peace River Lookout on Aug. 18, and the Farmer’s Market on Aug. 19.

For a full list of locations and times, visit

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